Regardless how boundlessly reading is overwhelmingly significant, the contrast between location, people and perceived composition is more deeper than it seems in this picture. The artist is a good observer and a modest intellectual. By focussing on the humanistic spaces, the artist organised a well-prepared anthropological criticism also warm sense of optimistic atmosphere all along. As a book warm, I found this art work genuine, heart-warming, extinguished. The technique is excellent although moreover the familiarity within impact is empowering. Many people around the world would strongly agree that its a gifted and precious moment whoever realizes and passes by these 'STORIES'.
I love seeing people who clearly have histories whether they were a soda jerk or an astronaut back in the day. These two look like they have tails of ice cream and outer space to tell. Wonderful shot with really stellar use of perspective.
It's good to see elderly people who keep their intellect sharp and their minds bright despite the passing years . It's good both for them and the people around them, because in this way they keep themselves from turning slow, grumpy and mean, and have much better things to talk about than haemorrhoids and back aches . I hope that when I turn old (if I live till I do) I'll manage to keep my brains in a good shape as well
You can look at it however you see fit, what I said is was in regard to the way it spoke to me. In my opinion, the process of life is one of learning, weather you chose to or not. As portrayed here, they are surrounded by books, which I link to the obtaining of a certain wisdom. I personally believe, that we will age one day, and that IS inevitable...weather we become a bunch of cranky grumps depends on our state of mind.
This reminds me so much of my past job at our local city library. I miss it and wish everyday that I was still working there. You have captured a lot of good memories with this photo. Thank you for sharing!
given the amount of theft & damage & wages ETC libraries should be scrapped so freeloaders & lazy librarians would be forced to value books by buying them - just another socialists pose so bourgeois scrotes can get poor people to fob out for the books they scrounge