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Small park

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Antonio,

Small parks are such special social amenities for the community. It allows folk to get to know the regular early morning walkers, children with the grandparents or Nanny in late morning and the folk coming after work to walk their dogs.

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Antonio Correia: Small Park

I really am taken with the march-past of the plump ducks! There should be music!

Asher
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Let me add a picture of some years back, in Holmby Park, Beverly Hills, CA
I like that folk feel the place is safe for older kids to be pretty much on their own.


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Asher Kelman: "Boy on Scooter"

Asher
 
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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
I was surprised that this picture is too tall for my computer screen! My reference has always been my mobile phone and that portrait mode may be misleading.

For Desktops, it may be too large and this is too save scrolling, a cropped version!

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Asher Kelman Boy on Scooter 2
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
This young boy would like to see his photo, now a few years ahead. :)
I sometimes find the parent and offer to send the picture, but too occasionally this leads to questions like, “What’s your intention?” ....or even downright hostility!

But usually parents are happy and appreciative, especially if I manage to ask before taking the shot!

Asher
 

Antonio Correia

Well-known member
I sometimes find the parent and offer to send the picture, but too occasionally this leads to questions like, “What’s your intention?” ....or even downright hostility!
But usually parents are happy and appreciative, especially if I manage to ask before taking the shot!
Asher
Here people are not that suspicious. The other day I took a photograph of a young lady after asking her of course, and some days later, I printed the photo and gave it to her. She was happy and she asked me "How much ?" I replied: I asked you to take a photo, how could I ask for money ?
 
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