Saturday, March 15, 2008

Photography: Spring Fashion

One cool brother on H Street
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I haven't posted any of my photos recently, so I decided to share this one today. This is the Washington, DC I know. Perhaps you have seen this photo before, but it is worth showing again. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Peace~


chez bez said...

He reminds me of my boss. Dude in the picture looks sharp.

Tafari said...

Homeboy is cold pimpin in that plaid jacket & orange pants!!


Anonymous said...

Gotta love the brothas!!

the prisoner's wife said...

nice photo bless.

i may need your help, so expect an email or something soon. i'm starting a writing project & i'd love you to contribute. we'll talk more.

Kai said...

i can't wait til spring!:)

Anonymous said...

Now that is a Spring Shot of a kind. Very colorful :)

Aly Cat 121 said...

dayum they still selling Kangol's? *chuckle* I think this is the DC my hubby knows too.

Tha BossMack TopSoil said...

Nice Pic Peoples.

Stephen A. Bess said...

Good to see you. Your boss is this flambouyant? lol :)

Straight up pimpin'. :)

Yes, gotta to love us. ;)

Thanks. I'll be on the look out.

Me too.

Thanks. Yes, mighty colorful.

Yes, the DC I miss. It's slowly fading, but still living in some parts.

Thanks, brother.

Anonymous said...

OK. I see I need to take a picture of a great store down here, RIGHT ON FASHIONS, and post it in your honor. The manner of the place is of the 70's, but the clothes are good and up to date. If I were a man I would shop there ... right now they've got a great brown leather jacket in the window, and some really elegant slim gray leather shoes. Along with everything else, including a purple suit and a canary yellow one. And great hats. As you can tell, I really covet the first two of these items, although I cannot wear them.

Fabrizio said...

The Italian Soul Brother checking for your pictures...



Writing on Board said...

And people used to comment when I'd come to school in green blazers and red slacks. Old school. Thanks for bringing me back, Bess.


neena maiya (guyana gyal) said...

Gives you a good feeling, eh? Darn good feeling when a brother does well.

Aly Cat 121, Kangols still sell here too :-)

Invisible Woman said...

Very interesting blog....enjoyed my first time read.

christina said...

I love this picture:)

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