This is the face of man in love..wedding ring still shiny after what probably is many years of happiness. And what woman, at any age, wouldn't love to see her man dressed like this? He is lovely, loved and in love…so wonderful to see happiness and style combined into one person. Isn't that a hope for us all…?
GENUINE NONCHANLANCE. Not the calculated variety. I'll bet this wonderful man has had his camel coat for YEARS! That is the value of buying really good clothes … And taking care of them. In my opinion, his hat is a Trilby. (Tiny distinctions separate it from a Fedora.) –John Wesley
this guy likes quality… maybe he's owned that coat for a long time. It has some wear on the breat pocket… but nice quality. He is stylish! There's a beauty in hands of older people. I care for a lady in the last stage of her life… I can relate. Also I was just reminded of a beautiful picture of a detailed shot of my grandparents holding hands. Its a picture of their hands. Hands are so much a part of who a person is.
Where can I get a hat like this for my husband?!? It would be a perfect little gift or him. Please comment to let me know something similar that you can suggest? (p.s. he is 36 years old…but could wear this the rest of his life when cool out!) Thanks for the suggestions…
This picture brings tears to my eyes. It reminds me so much of my father. Not so much the face, but how this stylish, classic gentleman is dressed. My father was from a generation of gentlemen; where even on a flight he would wear a suit and a tie – that generation is fast dwindling, I'm afraid. Let's hope we remember, learn and continue the art of dressing. Thank you for this photo.
Wonderful, I just read about you on Chase Jarvis' blog. I watched a video with you on the streets of New York. What you're doing is so interesting and wonderful. I'm clearly not the first to notice Alex Upshur Photographer GreenRayStudio
I think “Gent” is a lot better reference than “Old Man,” which you sometimes use and, in this day and age, seems too derogatory. Although, considering the body of your work, I’m sure it is not intentionally so.