Sunday, December 13, 2009

At the bar at RJ Gator's in Lake Sumter Landing


This gentleman, seated at the bar at RJ Gator's Sea Grille in Lake Sumter Landing, was intently watching the recent football game between Alabama and the Florida Gators. I don't think the game ended the way he had hoped.

16 comments:

amatamari© said...

Beautiful portrait, very intense!

joo said...

He seems to be really concentrate on the match - shame that was disappointment for him!
Good week for you Jacob:)

Small City Scenes said...

What a great portrait. There is your calling> MB

Vogon Poet said...

Too many gators in this caption! An excellent portrait, he doesn't look very happy for the game.

Cezar and Léia said...

It's a pity but I think his team can win the next time! :)
Wonderful portrait dear Jacob!
You did a perfect job with your lens because I can feel in this picture all anxious from this gentleman at the moment he was supporting his football team!
Léia

Carlos Lorenzo said...

Nice candid. Yep he was definitely losing.

B SQUARED said...

I think many of us share his feeling.

Jacob said...

@ Small City Scenes - Thank you, MB. I think you just made my week!

Frank said...

NICE portrait study of him. I like the way the light catches his glasses. But you really captured the intensity of his gaze and concentration on the game. (Don't mess with those football fans watching a game on TV, right?)

lizziviggi said...

Wonderful capture! I agree with the others-- I have always enjoyed your portraits of people, particularly. This one definitely doesn't look pleased with the results of the game.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

This really is a great portrait, Jacob!

cieldequimper said...

Extremely nice portrait. For some reason I don't associate him with the Villages though.

JM said...

Wonderful portrait, Jacob!

P.S. The comment you left yesterday was so very funny! You put a big smile on my face! :-))))

Dianne said...

wonderful portrait!!

tapirgal said...

This is a very cool portrait. The detail is perfect, the exposure perfect, and he's very expressive. I love it!

Coolkayaker1 said...

I think this one would have been better in monochrome.