Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Wordless Wednesday


15 comments:

Sue said...

The tenacity of the human spirit. Life must go on.

Blissitydoodah said...

That is WOW ...he even has a hopeful look on his face! Wonder if the milk was for his own children :)

julie campbell said...

Thats dedication for you !
julie :0)

LemonyRenee' said...

Great photo!

Pattee said...

This is wordless to be sure.

Angela Recada said...

Very striking image you found again this week!

(I decided to join in on the Wordless Wednesday postings starting today, but didn't quite manage the wordless part.:0])
xo

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

hmmmm

you're finding better pictures than me

I'm getting jealous

LOL

great shot!

Vicki said...

Neither wind nor snow nor...oh, that's for the mail, huh...hmmm..
Neither smoke nor bricks nor earthquakes will stop the milk from getting through! Great picture Sue. And thanks for participating on my blog! You just crack me up...see, we all have funnybones!

Vicki said...

Me again...I just realized we both did a FOODIE kinda thing...this is just funny!!!

yoborobo said...

Great pic. Look at all the activity happening in the background, and yet, he seems to be almost strolling along.

Zan Asha said...

Wow, reminds me of the British WWII saying "keep calm and carry on." He sure is!

Ann said...

One of my favourite images from WW2 - sadly our milkmen are a dying breed - almost everyone buys their milk in plastic at the supermarket now.... very sad :o(

JUNE said...

Well this is new to me...I just saw that photo on my blog where my list of favorite blogs to follow is and thought..wow, what is this? So it appears, a photo that says it all...on Wednesdays...is this all there is to it? In the meantime...seeing this little blurb on my site brought me to this...the picture said it all, thx for drawing me in...juner

Yve said...

You are right Ann our local Milk man is part of a dying breed, he had such a bad hip he could barely walk and still used to stagger down our steps with 4 pints and a yogurt every morning! He'd have a few minutes sat in the kitchen then back to his round... supermarkets are killing the British way of life!

Colleen said...

Oh, I looked at this and an overwhelming sadness took over..what we complain about pales with what this represents. Thanks - and you're right..there are no words..