Anguish in Two Frames

No backstory here other than I looked up from my window to see this person crying their eyes out on the steps of the cathedral.

I captured a series of 9 shots before she stood and plodded down the street. Looking back at the photos, I felt a lot of emotion and sympathy for that person and how they were coping with whatever it was ailing them. Were they sick? Had someone hurt them? Did they hurt someone else? I don’t know…

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Polymath, jack of all trades or just really, really bored. You can find more examples of my bored at https://www.keith.one And please, check out my Series!

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keith kennedy

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Polymath, jack of all trades or just really, really bored. You can find more examples of my bored at https://www.keith.one And please, check out my Series!

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