I was walking through town yesterday, enjoying the crowds, and the great atmosphere. It was Exeter Pride, a vibrant, colourful event with a long parade of people wearing rainbow colours, flying the flag and bursting with excitement.
Everyone was happy, or so I thought. Then I saw this lady, she was leaning on a trolley shopper thingy and heading towards the bus stop.
It may be that she was just wondering when the buses would start running again. Perhaps she was reflecting on the loss of youth, a samba band were passing, so everyone was jiggling about. I really hope it was nothing worse.
14 thoughts on “Weekly PhotoChallenge, reflecting”
Compassionate picture and thoughts…
Thanks Cynthia, I hope she was okay!
No, she doesn’t look too happy, Gilly. Not a lot of fun getting old and infirm, no matter how hard you try to keep it at bay. Sunday hugs, darlin. It’s been glorious here today 🙂 🙂
She looks like she has chronic pain, bless her. Yes we all tend to get something don’t we? Hugs always help though, so I’m sending lots back 🙂
I’ve caught them 🙂 🙂
No, she looks less than happy, Gilly…I agree with Jo….
She was so smart, but looked in pain.
Very possibly was, either emotional or physical, but it’s not for us to know
Perhaps she was just wondering whether those dancers would dislocate a hip! 😀 😀
She looks very sad.
You really caught her pensive mood, Gilly. I would have wanted to give her a hug. 😕
Troubled certainly 😦 Lovely candid shot Gilly.
So many thoughts come to mind when one sees a contemplative person. Really good photo of her and write as well.