Food for the soul #4 by domenicododaro

Food for the soul #4

«OK, you don’t get tired, but what about him?» My guest winks just behind me.
«Him, you say? Nothing to blame. Feeling a little sleepy after feasting on all that beauty... it’s understandable, comprehensible, not a bit reprehensible, it’s so defensible...»
@ukandie do you remember him?
April 13th, 2020  
Are you all still stuck at home like us? How are things there? Pretty bad here, though we haven't had it personally affect us or anyone we know well or love.
April 13th, 2020  
@alophoto Thank you Amanda. Yes, we are at home. Actually, I could go to office, and once or twice a week I go, as a lawyer I have the right to. But there is not much purpose: I am organized for teleworking - which I do everyday - I cannot meet any client and I sent all my people home, to avoid risks on public transport and the like. Of course, they remain on the payroll, I did not lay off anybody. Hope I can make it. I’m happy to hear you and your darlings are safe. Be careful! I and family are fine, too, so far at least. Things seem, if not slowing, at least keeping a constant pace, no more abrupt increases in infections. Hopefully we are close to the second phase of the curve, but not there yet.
April 13th, 2020  
Great street shot, love the textures the b&w brings out in the stairs
April 13th, 2020  
Heart rending once again
April 14th, 2020  
Great shot. And narrative, too. Fav.
April 14th, 2020  
Perfect pov, great dialogue. Love it. Interesting to hear how you're handline the current situation in your workplace. Hang in there, this must end sometime.
April 14th, 2020  
A brilliant image that pulls at the heartstrings! Love your play with words.
April 14th, 2020  
@leonbuys83 Thank you very much, yes there was a surprising array of textures!
@jgpittenger Thank you so much!
@mbrutus Much appreciated, Mr. B.!
@golftragic Thank you, Marnie! Let’s hope so!
@ludwigsdiana A small tribute to the city of our fellow 365er Andie @ukandie , who was visiting when I shot this gentleman having a nap on the stairs of the building where the Mayor of Rome has his offices, on top of the Capitolium hill... the last words are borrowed from a verse of one of the most amusing songs of “Chicago”, the musical.
April 14th, 2020  
Awesome.
April 14th, 2020  
Stretching out his back! Mine's finally getting slowly better. Still can't walk very well but I am at least faster at it.
April 14th, 2020  
Love this!
April 14th, 2020  
@spanner thank you kindly
@blueberry1222 happy to read you’re doing better, Krista!
@overalvandaan thank you very much!
April 15th, 2020  
Don't know how I missed this. A suitable preparation for the current long haul...
April 15th, 2020  
@s4sayer it happens... especially as I post multiple photos at a time in a desperate attempt to catch up! Thank you!
April 15th, 2020  
OMG Domenico! Little wonder your mind must spin on overload! It would be remarkable to be well versed in one's own realm of life, but you tap into so many others beyond your own! ...so I'm reading about this man in repose, overwhelmed by the beauty he's been drinking in...and suddenly "Chicago" is playing!!! (I live life with soundtracks running through my brain...Name that Tune...give me three notes!) My neighbor calls me the Energizer Bunny, but I've got nothing on you, Sir!
April 17th, 2020  
Lying directly on the ground - you would never see this in Japan. Even following the tsunami, the people were sitting on newspapers to avoid sitting directly on the ground. The homeless have cardboard. Maybe that's why this photo was so provoking for me to see.
April 17th, 2020  
@Weezilou I hear you: I’m exactly the same. Give me three notes and the song will echo in my mind all day long! Chicago is one of my favorite musicals, and I think the movie with Richard Gere, Renée Zellweger and - alone on top of the desire food chain - Catherine Zeta-Jones is a masterpiece. Clearly, I pretty much recognize myself in the lawyer’s song lol
@jyokota This is interesting. I would never lie down directly on the ground as well. I was puzzled by this gentleman being completely relaxed and oblivious of the world around. There was quite a crowd around!
April 18th, 2020  
@domenicododaro It IS a very emotive and storytelling image.
April 18th, 2020  
@domenicododaro I LOVE that you shared that! What a delightful friend you are!
April 18th, 2020  
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