Nice shots. A public bank is not my idea of a comfy place for a nap, but the young man must have been tired...:Dpublic
In Singapore, the govt puts grooves so that it will be very uncomfortable for people to sleep. They don't want beggars.Mine is a cat story.
Lovely park scenes! But that young man sleeping on the bench I find quite a sad sight!
I love your images. Very well done. And people have to sleep somewhere, even beggars. Who is to say that this person is a beggar, or homeless? Perhaps he is just waiting for a friend.http://healingmagichands.wordpress.com/2010/07/31/photohunt-public/
Pretty park. I hope that person is getting a good sleep. If you are so tired that you need to sleep on a public bench you deserve a nice rest.
what beautiful shots that you captured on film. Great take on public.
great choices for the theme. sleeping on that bench must be uncomfortable.
I did try sleeping on the bench before. I woke up with stiffed neck. LOL! :Phttp://crizcats.blogspot.com/
I love parks! Recently, the Cambodian government reconstructed public parks all over the city and they are more family-friendly now. I just wish the government would also do something about the beggars and annoying vendors at the park.Sreisaat Adventures
Sleeping in a public bank? over here, there's no benches like that in a bank, and the security personnel is quick to shoos someone who's just loitering in the premises.We have people sleeping in benches in parks, as long as not overnight and not caught by the park rangers.
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