Mytwosentences 75


The balding old man with an untidy fuzzy gray beard, wore muck stained blue jean overalls and scuffed laceless black work boots that snapped back to his heels when he walked.
Each autumn morning he pushed a quickly assembled display cart perfectly into place, which warmly welcomed an unwavering flow of wide-eyed fresh faces and loyal returning customers to his beloved farm stand.
(Photo: Edward Roads)

Written by Edward Roads

34 thoughts on “Mytwosentences 75

  1. A very heartwarming piece on a very cold day. I live across the street from a farm and they have set up their ‘Farmer’s Market’ stand for the season, and I believe I have seen the balding man – not quite old or with a beard but the overalls and black work boots – laces tied:). Actually, come to think of it, I have seen quite a few of these gents and one gal;)

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  2. I don’t know exactly why this photo strikes me in particular. Your other photos are beautiful too (I enjoy the “crisp” feel and the apparent preference for nature), but I guess it may have something to do with the framing / cropping on this one. Have you thought of a “series” of a few photos that doesn’t have a “traditional” angle / close ups? I would really enjoy that…

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  3. I find your writings and pictures to be really interesting but then I wonder…why not different titles for every thought written? You mean to write it this way?

    I hope you having a great day and Nice work ^^

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  4. Me, a wide-eyed fresh faced new blogger, sits next to you for a moment, feeling welcome too, watching the old man ready his farm cart. I wonder about the stories his muck stained jeans and laceless scuffed black boots might tell, but wonder more about the one who notices.

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