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I'll Wait Here

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Latifa Messaoudi28-Dec-2009 16:37
captivating scene!
Paul L-R30-Nov-2008 23:50
Full of emotion, full of drama. This unfinished story is compelling. Superb. V
Bartosz Kotulski18-Nov-2008 13:43
fantastic but a little bit sad atmosphere and great perspective from the back of small girl. My vote
Pedro Libório12-Nov-2008 23:46
my vote...stunning image.
Guest 09-Aug-2008 14:15
fantastic shot!!-v-
Steve Mockford14-Jun-2008 10:12
I keep coming back to this shot Jennifer; it really is a powerful image...well done.
J. Scott Coile12-May-2008 16:50
Still one of my favorite all time Pbase images! Happy belated b'day Jen!
Meggi Raeder25-Apr-2008 05:29
Incredible shot with such a narrative of longing, being left alone in the rain - very powerful,
Guest 04-Apr-2008 20:04
impressive shot! -v-
mojoflowerchick10-Mar-2008 14:36
i really love this shot.. i have looked at it many times.. speaks to you..
Guest 10-Jan-2008 09:25
Wonderful! V
Guest 04-Jan-2008 23:51
Very Very powerful image. Well done. GMV
Wolfgang14-Nov-2007 01:51
I wonderful photo with so much meaning and message to think about.
Is that guy really walking on water?
Guest 01-Nov-2007 15:23
This picture tells a story... very nice work Jennifer!
FrankB12-Oct-2007 13:16
rare intensity here........bigV
olivier bruning28-Sep-2007 08:21
sublime shot, how very powerful! ~V~
optimist02-Aug-2007 03:41
Maxim Popykin26-Jul-2007 10:24
very special picture
ltolksdorf23-Jul-2007 19:43
Excellent. Vote.
Adalberto Tiburzi20-Jul-2007 05:05
I like photos like that, posing a question, instead of giving an answer.
Guest 07-Jul-2007 10:45
How come I have not seen this image before?
Probably one of your best if not the best shot ever.
Like a still in a movie. I'm not gonna elaborate because
the image says it all, even without the caption.
Totally awesome! V
Nicki Thurgar20-Jun-2007 17:03
Love this, really haunting shot! V
woodswoman28-May-2007 04:00
Jen, I LOVE this - it does tell a story - would make a great book cover - excellent!
Guest 25-May-2007 13:28
V. Great shot here. Very thought provoking.
FairEnigma22-May-2007 14:00
I love the line where the rain starts...and she's just on this side of it. Beautiful shot! ~V~
Guest 21-May-2007 16:28
just came back to check out this shot again...i absolutely love it! very Green Giant strong, haha!
ML17-May-2007 19:43
Very poignant image! And it also looks like she's protected from the rain, like the rain won't get her.
Guest 15-May-2007 17:36
I love this picture, poetic, magic... Bravo!
Guest 09-May-2007 19:51
guess this goes great with this image

Latifa Messaoudi05-May-2007 11:09
exellent scene!
david procter02-May-2007 16:21
First class, you told me you loved narrative.
It's clear here.
carol j. phipps28-Apr-2007 17:52
Excellent! Journalistic! Vote
Roe..20-Apr-2007 01:43
you nailed this shot..awesome..
Guest 18-Apr-2007 03:33
I don't know how I missed this one! V
shatterbug18-Apr-2007 03:24
Great perspective and this!
Guest 16-Apr-2007 14:23
noearlybird16-Apr-2007 11:22
This is just wonderful, even the thumb jumps off the page. Gorgeous shot! ~v~ Kathie
John Buffin16-Apr-2007 04:46
Context is everything here. Without that title, this would be a very sad photo, but extremely powerful at the same time.

With the title, it's like saying, "it's raining too hard, I'll wait here while you go find the umbrella, or go get the car"

Great job. I love it!
Guest 16-Apr-2007 04:00
This is excellent, Jen. Not only the image is well balanced, well exposed, well composed, but there is really a time dimension to it, with this guy walking without rushing in the pouring rain. Bravo!
Guest 16-Apr-2007 03:27
wow wow wow...this is a spectacular shot jen! this says so much and it's great!
Guest 15-Apr-2007 22:14
A really emotive picture,Jen,stunning! Worth a vote for life!! V
Jill15-Apr-2007 19:08
In full agreement with the other comments. This too is so evocative. A feeling of isolation and she stands alone. Or at least that is my feeling upon viewing. The rain adds to the overall mood. Excellent work here Jen.
Deborah Lewis15-Apr-2007 16:44
Beautifully done and agree with ALL the comments! GMV!
Cindi Smith15-Apr-2007 13:41
This is very well done! I agree that this is one of your best! I have to vote, Jen! you a little something last night at the Stockyards!
Paradoxal Studio Classic15-Apr-2007 11:24
Ho ! This is one of your best picture !
Very artistic !
Bravo !
Hodero15-Apr-2007 11:11
Fantastic pic !
Big Vote .
Jola Dziubinska15-Apr-2007 10:40
Yes, one of your best, Jen. Exceptionally sad atmosphere but with a HOPE at the end.
Guest 15-Apr-2007 08:36
Wow this is a great shot I really love it.
Robbie D7015-Apr-2007 08:18
Excellent shot, one of your very best with such mood oozing forth. The title fits superbly
but this is strong and shouts for itself, without any title.There are lots of elements
within this that I like. The row of trees and wall forcing the eye into the distance.
The height which keeps the girl small yet close up, with the adult in the distance again
adding perspective. Lastly the wet streets add atmosphere. All making an excellent shot
well done. There are a few things that could improve this even more in my opinion I will
put them together for you later.
Dan Chusid15-Apr-2007 05:09
Great atmosphere and positioning in this one and I can see
why everyone is raving about it. It's THAT good.
It not only tells a story (looks like "I'll wait here" actually means
till the rain subsides) but it looks like a real movie still as the eye is led
from SB standing there, right through to the man walking in the rain
and into the distance and alongside that nice receding row of trees.
Masterful shot and easily among your finest.
~ V ~
Wei O'Connell15-Apr-2007 03:55
Love it! Great story in this picture. vote
Guest 15-Apr-2007 03:33
A wonderful story in this shot - excellent!
Dave Wixx15-Apr-2007 03:27
This a superb shot. You can see the frustration in the dropped shoulders not being able to go out to play, or seeing a loved one leaving again, or.................. It paints so many scenes.
R. Walls15-Apr-2007 03:09
I agree with everything already said. One of your best.
This pic grabs you and rips your heart out.
The impression is of the child left behind.
~V~ Probably one of my all time favorites, period!
Char15-Apr-2007 02:44
Hi Jen,
There's something sad about this picture. It's a truly wonderful and moving shot! Big \/
Bill Ewart Jr15-Apr-2007 01:45
***** (That's five stars!! Highest rating for anything!) This shot is beyond great!
You're artistry is really shining!!!
Guest 15-Apr-2007 01:10
I love this series with Bug. I think you have a budding actress on your hands. This is my favorite yet. The trees and the wall make the walk look so long. VVV
Guest 15-Apr-2007 00:27
wow, there is something so intriguing about this shot, but you cheat, you have a bug to pose in your shots :)
J. Scott Coile14-Apr-2007 23:15
Smart move ;-) I'm starting to connect with this series!
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