Pic and Word Challenge #119: People

Hesitant moment

Sensing rightness of timing

Intersects my path

People of past interest

Caught in transition of life

Clown creating a balloon animal at a community event. Just had to photograph his shoe.


A town resident enjoying the day with his pet riding on his cap.

This fellow was so happy to get his photograph taken with his prized pumpkin.

Justin Trudeau, on his visit to Sudbury, Ontario in 2016, enjoying a photographic moment with a young girl that looks thrilled. The microphone awaits.

On a somber note, Justin Trudeau still hasn’t solved the problem of homelessness in Canada.


Patrick’s Challenge



About Olga

I have always had an affinity for artistic endeavors and the beauties of nature. The power of the word combined with photography have become my creative spark.
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11 Responses to Pic and Word Challenge #119: People

  1. Rebel Girl says:

    Great posts. Homelessness is a big problem here in Canada and more must be done about affordable housing, starting with administration and cost management. Love the clown foot too!

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    • Olga says:

      Thank-you, Rebel Girl. Glad that you voiced your opinion on Canada’s problem. I think it’s a global concern also. Happy that you liked my clown foot! ❤

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  2. People are the most interesting subjects!

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  3. I want to say – nice blog,:-|:-)

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  4. aj vosse says:

    Seems Justin faces the same challenges as here in Ireland… it seems to me most politicians are all mouth and little action when it comes to homelessness! They can’t be bothered, they sleep warm and don’t gain any votes if they do something. In fact, why should they bother? Sad!

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