Sunday 2:29PM, “Across the Aisle”
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2 thoughts on “Sunday 2:29PM, “Across the Aisle””
It’s very interesting to me how people are alone in a crowd. It’s like there’s no communication other than Body Language. You captured that perfectly.
Thanks Don. I try to look for a moment when I can enter that space when people retreat inside. I’ve noticed this more and more lately. More so then when I was younger. Maybe more people have become more reflective/introspective in these current times.