Lonliness: At the Cafe

Lonliness: At the Cafe

Perhaps he isn’t really lonely–after all, he is engrossed in his book. I never feel lonely when I am lost in a book. But there is often a sense of isolation and loneliness in certain public venues such as Starbucks and the Barnes & Noble cafes.

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11 Responses to Lonliness: At the Cafe

  1. PC PHOTO says:

    I’d say you have a niche’ when it comes to photographing people reading. Doing what you love keep up the good work!

  2. This picture is great in black and white, and the composition is very strong. He is probably just happy to be alone for a while.

  3. jackscrap says:

    He looks so relaxed and deep in thought about what he’s reading, looks like he’s not spoilt for choice judging by all the other books in his vicinity.

  4. schleefy says:

    Great b/w shot. I really like the composition and the Processing / framing….

  5. John & Lois says:

    A peaceful, lonely table with a cup of coffee and a good book look very inviting to me. Love this is black and white with the interesting framing.

  6. Tammy says:

    Love how the natural light is coming in from that side window…and also love that grungy frame combined with the black ans white tones! Perfection!

  7. Wow! smashing b&w portrait. Was this with your iphone and did he know you got his picture? It’s street photography without the street. Perhaps coffee shop photography should become the latest craze,

  8. KarenAnn says:

    Who knows?…he might have six little hellions at home and this quiet spot is bliss for him! You are sneaky, sneaky with that iPhone!! I’m a real fan of your edge processing here. Very cool.

  9. gemma says:

    great capture of a typical scene in the 2000’s. Everyone reading in their local starbucks. I only like to read curled up in the comfort of my own home but he looks transfixed!

  10. Another great iPhone capture. Love the b&w .

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