The end of the brunch shift.

  • Posted April 14, 2007 by Julia Gotz Viewed 6666 times
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A long shift I'm sure, and they were able to be so friendly and sweet at the end of it. That's not typical for Toronto!

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      2007.04.17 Edited

      i can relate to this set...it is a good capture of what it's like to work in restaurant.

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      2007.04.16 Edited

      and yes, they are very charming people, as many of you may notice (oh my). ;-)

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      2007.04.16 Edited

      I am glad that you like the first picture, vortexbits. It captures something about that kind of work in restaurants.

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      2007.04.15 Edited

      Great. I love how they look a little nervous to start, almost suspicious, but by the end you have them both smiling and looking relaxed. You obviously have a knack for this. :)

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      2007.04.15 Edited

      Great portraits, the expression in #5 is warm(?) sorry, can't think of a better word :)