7.10.2007

Goodbye Freedom

Margaret Stevens, 84, had her golf cart stolen in the early morning of July 3. Ms. Stevens, who bought the golf cart on June 4, is wheelchair-bound, and her golf cart was her way to move around freely outside her house. Her daughter, Kathleen Bressler, said her mom normally needs help with almost everything. "When she got on it, she was free," Bressler said. "She was in control of where she was going." They are posting a reward in hopes that someone return the golf cart.

5 comments:

brYan said...

Tim ... umm ... portfolio! OMG you never stop surprising me with what you come back with from you assignments.

Tim Hussin said...

Thanks Bryan, Your comments are always very encouraging, pushing me to keep pleasing you guys as well as myself. I'm sure you probably know...but this is the type of photo that would look great 5 columns ...hint hint...

andrea said...

i support the "get this photo in your your portfolio campaign." this looks like a painting. the composition is clean and evocative. she's boxed in. the trees outside. etc. etc. etc.

Luanne Dietz said...

Love this one.. I feel like there is a portrait series in the making.. pensive person looks through window in horizontal striped building..lol.. Keep it up mr!

Celia Tobin said...

yay. clap clap clap. the photo is obviously eerily wonderful but what's far more impressive is you ability to see it.