11/10/2012 ~ Geordie Neet Oot

Tonight was a first … never before have I shoved a camera at close range into the face of a stranger without asking.

I like this photo and it will only encourage me ;).

I was on my way to get the metro home when I saw these three huddled in a doorway and I simply raised my camera, took a shot, gave them the thumbs up and a smile and walked on. I wish I had handed them one of my cards now but perhaps that would have killed the moment … there is something very fleeting about this photograph that I and no doubt I alone will treasure.

Seconds earlier, the following gentlemen pushed themselves in front of my camera and I was happy to oblige. At this point I was on my way home from an evening out in a real ale pub with no less than 13 hand pulled pumps so it is highly debatable who had had more to drink at this point and I did ask them their names but it now escapes me what they are so I can only refer to the following as Geordie Revellers … there was a Brian and a Tommy and that’s about all that I can remember …

Geordie Neet Oot

Geordie Neet Oot

Geordie Neet Oot

About Ivor Potter

Ivor is a keen amateur photographer. Having completed a project called 100 Strangers, Ivor now finds himself spending much of his time approaching people going about their daily lives to photograph them and find out a little about what makes them tick.
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