Dr S. Datta

You should never miss a photo opportunity... even when you’re visiting the doctor. I’ve taken to bringing my camera almost everywhere I go lately. At times it’s quite cumbersome, but when that photo op arises, you’re glad you brought it. I probably should invest in a little point and shoot camera like my old Powershot S30 that some inconsiderate little bugger decided to steal along with my laptop last April. They are a bit easier to lug around than the big SLR.


Anyhow, thanks to Dr Datta for being ‘patient’ for the camera.

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  • Reinar Rivera 9y

    nice once homes... love the character sketches.
  • Zaphod Beeblebrox 9y

    Oh good one!! My favourite type of portrait!!
  • Kent Johnson PRO 9y

  • Jodie Noonan PRO 9y

    great portrait.
  • John Hurle 9y

    Good one.
  • sillykitty 9y

    Great portrait, Tim.
  • Agnes 9y

    Nice portrait! I hope you were only visiting for a check up and that all is well. :)
  • Chris 9y

    not sure you'd be able to get a shot like this with a point and shoot. in my opinion - on the basis of this shot - it's worth the effort.
  • Dany 9y

    Excellent shot! Will your Dr mind being 'outed' on Flickr? ;o)
  • Tim Heraud 9y

    Cheers all! Everything is cool - just a check up. :)
  • Samantha 9y

    Brilliant!!!!!! You have a kick arse doc Tim for letting you take this pic. And its such a good one too.
  • !Gone! 9y

    Nice doco type shot Tim
  • Hilary jane 9y

    Great shot, don't see too many doctors offices like this these days, with all the books etc, most just use their comp for everything. He looks nice. Stay well!
  • Mark and Nicole 9y

    Great portrait. Nice doc to keep a tissue box handy for the patient lest he has to deliver bad news!
  • Daniel Marcincak 8y

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Taken on June 28, 2006
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