Pattern Recognition for G20Voice

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The invitation to join the G20Voice bloggers is an honour that comes with serious responsibilities. I hope my images will speak for themselves. It would be great If they also give you cause to stop, think and maybe even laugh

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KeithD says:

Really like these despite the subject matter !

2nd Apr 2009, 18:45

Viv says:


needs cuban heels then!


2nd Apr 2009, 19:08

Wendle says:

Make-up and grandad ears. Yep.

2nd Apr 2009, 19:56

MaggieD says:

Ace set, top one, I reckon he is listening (to a voice in his earpiece a la George Bush) .... Second shot, reading from the script .... third, well, I have no idea what standing on tippy toe means ...

2nd Apr 2009, 20:25

standing on his toes (both of them in this shot) forces his weight forwards. That means he has to rest his arms or hands on the podium. It's a very clever way to stop fiddling with stuff while also moving your body towards the audience which makes you look more attentive.

2nd Apr 2009, 20:35

taniwha says:

He almost looks like someone else in the first one. Nice little study.

2nd Apr 2009, 21:02

rhys says:

Ahhhhh..., poor Gordon. I'm really impressed by this series and all the others on this blog. Top stuff.

2nd Apr 2009, 21:53

thank you!

4th Apr 2009, 00:43

Viv says:

you learn something every day!

7th Apr 2009, 11:44

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