The Sunday Chronicle: Picking One Out of the Lineup


The plaza in front of the Cathedral of our Lady of Guadalupe in Puerto Vallarta. An interesting cast of characters in the line up to hear the Sunday music, and see the dancing in the plaza. The person of interest…


Is he just off work, resting for a minute? Is he on the way to work with his lunch and coffee? Or, are these his life’s belongings and he has nowhere to go. An untold story.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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21 Responses to The Sunday Chronicle: Picking One Out of the Lineup

  1. Jo Bryant says:

    this is great Angeline. So being out of the loop for a while…what is the “Sunday Chronicle” ???


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  3. Lovely capture, Angeline … great face, 🙂 It’s a terrific prompt too, just the thing to highlight the beautiful face of a woman I saw on one of my Farewell Trips!


  4. Both photos are wonderful!


  5. Madhu says:

    The sepia adds to the mystery 🙂


  6. rommel says:

    Ahhh… One of my fave posts from yours. I love the different routes one picture can take. You injected some curious questions for us to wonder. Very well done, M.


  7. ShimonZ says:

    I especially liked your untold story. Beautiful picture.


  8. The second image grabs me and is an intriguing silence, making me wonder. Nicely captured and processed.


  9. joshi daniel says:

    he looks so old and a little weak.


  10. ChgoJohn says:

    In a nutshell, you’ve demonstrated the appeal of photographing people on the street. We the viewers can spend as much time as we like supplying the back story for each person or group. The man with his lunch is a great subject and a fascinating photo.


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