Copyright: Sara B. Healy
More than a simple photo
I took this picture while traveling by cab to a train station in London. It was one of those “grab the camera and shoot” pictures. I don’t even think I put my reading glasses on, which means I basically took it blind.
To be honest, I was shocked this picture turned out. I had to put my zoom on max; something my camera does not like. It’s not quite that sophisticated and gets annoyed when I ask it to capture images that it thinks are too far away.
But there it was; a moment of kindness in the huge, bustling city of London. That’s what I thought when I first saw this man sitting on the sidewalk, reading his paper and holding his dog.
There was something about the way the sleeping dog was tucked into the man’s arms that was touching to me. I was glad I looked out the window of the cab at that moment.
More than words
I am a blogger who uses pictures a lot to accent my posts and draw a reader visually into my chosen topic. I see the pictures as a window to my post. My hope is that my readers will find what they see in this window interesting enough to continue to read what I’ve written.
Sometimes I use my own pictures and other times I use the wonderful stock photos that others have taken. I always try to give the photographer credit, even though I have the rights to use the photo.
Generally, I try to pick a picture that will accentuate whatever headline I’ve chosen for my post. This leads me to today’s story picture challenge.
Instead of me choosing a picture to match the headline, I’m asking you to create the headline to match the picture.
What headline would you write to accompany this picture? Can you put it into words?
PLEASE NOTE: This headline does NOT need to be a keyword headline. This is just for fun :~)