Sunday, September 18, 2011

42/100 Strangers

Tyler is probably one of the best baristas I have encountered in coffee shops that I have visited.  A bit reserved he is cordial, helpful, and non-intrusive.  I met him at Collected Works Bookstore and Coffeehouse  on Galisteo Street where I visited regularly for my daily latte and a bit of internet work.  I think that I caught him in a pensive mood here.  Originally from Nashville, Tyler graduated from St John's in Santa Fe in 2009, left after graduation, but then returned about 10 months ago.  I think that the pull of the Southwest got to him, too!

8 comments:

  1. He does look like he's deep in thought there Kate, he has a very strong profile, you captured him well.

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  2. Yes he is a very quite young man. Most of the time that I have been in there he is usually reading.

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  3. Interesting portrait..."pensive" is the right word.

    Is there a Santa Fe College also? I have a friend here in Stone Creek who went to school in Santa Fe for awhile many years ago.

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  4. This is a fine portrait, I like the pose.

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  5. Tyler, a black flavored something. Ah....!

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  6. Terrific portrait, Kate. See? You don't need to have a smiling person looking right at you to have a memorable portrait. Bravo!

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  7. Oh there is nothing better than knowing where to go for a good coffee! Great capture of his pensive mood here Kate.

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  8. He looks deep in thought.
    & yes, santa fe does have a way of pulling you back, does it not?

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