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Great Royaldevon 2020-04-06 2:29

Hello Elaine,

Your words help us to understand the location, whilst your photograph captures a very accurate atmosphere of a busy market, where food is bought and consumed.
For a photograph which captures such obvious movement, your photograph is pin-sharp, showing virtually no movement blur.

I am curious, the two focal women are both wearing similar, checked shirts. Is this just a co-incidence or a common fashion trend?

Keep safe,
Bev :-)

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Old 04-06-2020, 08:05 PM
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Hi John,
I was a very social person in the past. It is relatively easy when one stays in the same town or at least the same country.
When I moved around by myself as well. With my wife also. But it is a different story when one moves to a new country and has a family.
Local people usually already have their friends and families and don't look for new friends.
Small differences in children's age means they don't want to play together anymore. Or boys with girls etc...
But somehow I got used to the fact that most of my present relationships are rather superficial.
There is really no time to develop a stronger bond.

I am glad though that you do go out for walks these days.
It makes sense to keep distance but I think everything should be taken with moderation.
Keep safe
M

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