Two women waiting for door to open



“And sure enough even waiting will end …..if you can just wait long enough.” — William Faulkner.

This is a photograph of opportunity not only for me to capture this unique moment but also for the women presented here. You could correctly label them vagrants, gypsies, homeless waifs or whatever you like. They are a known commodity who flit around my apartment building waiting patiently to gain illegal access to the building while they crash at their friend’s suite.The woman on the left is frantically using her cell phone to contact her friend while her associate on the right enjoys her pudding treat. How do I know it was a pudding treat? She discarded the carton and plastic spoon by the curb. — gc

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Quote of the week: The Bhagavad-Gita calls on humanity to dedicate body, mind and soul to pure duty and not to become mental voluptuaries at the mercy of random desires and undisciplined impulses. -- Mahatma Gandhi

5 Comments on Two women waiting for door to open

  1. Isn’t it sad Gerry; they are so young and what will their future be? Great post. 🙂

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  2. I once witnessed a young couple discarding McDonald’s waste cartons from their car window whilst sat in the carpark. I took a photo of the car registration number, but in the end decided I was being petty so I didn’t follow through. Such a pity that certain individuals have such little respect for the environment in which we live.

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  3. I would feel sorry for them if she hadn’t littered with the pudding cup. It’s those little actions that sometimes speak to a person’s character.

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    • You are so right Linda but these women are players who have used the same waiting technique to gain entry to the building. Their friends who reside here are equally callous and uncaring. Thank you for your comment. Enjoy the day.

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