#175 NPC - Geezer Crossing - USA

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Comments (19)

Elena Ogorodnikova on December 9, 2010

Hi Guy! I hope, what crossing was not so tiresome? You are necessary to us live and healthy. :) Best regards, Elena.

Mário Eloi Castro on December 9, 2010

Great Picture!

Well done, Guy! :)

Like 2

Greetings from Portugal, Mário Eloi Castro

P.S. - You´re looking just fine, my Friend! ;-)

Erhard Bernstein on December 9, 2010

Hi Guy, I'm glad you made it to the other side and uploaded this pic - I likeit.

Greetings, Erhard

Geezer Vz on December 10, 2010


It's extremely tiresome but it's nice to know I am needed. :) Thanks for caring.


Looks can be deceiving! See above comment. :) Thanks for the like and the greeting.


I am the real crossing Geezer and I have a walking stick. :) Thanks for the good luck wish.


It was a struggle. I think I'll rest up for a couple of weeks. :) Best regards.


Teresa Jankowska on December 10, 2010

Very nice photo

I wish you all the best


Veljko Nikolic on December 10, 2010

Dear Geezer Vz In my time, was one beautiful song: "Which way you're going Billy", maybe you remember it, but wherever you are going it' very nice photo...*L4 All the best (the health and good walk in the first place) ... Greetings from Serbia, Veljko

Geezer Vz on December 10, 2010


Thanks for the well wishes. You are very kind. Did you eat the fish you caught?


A song we sang was very similar in title: Where have you been Billy Boy? Oh where have you been, Billy Boy, Billy Boy; Oh where have you been, charming Billy? I have been to take a wife, she's the joy of my life, she's a young thing and can not leave her mother.

Thanks to you also for the well wishes. Earlier this week I took a 3 mile walk down the dam in the background and around in the dry lake bed. Have a nice day.


Veljko Nikolic on December 10, 2010

Geezer Vz I'm glad that you keep walking. I have friend in Arizona (84 yr, I'm 60) who is still engaged in athletics and running a marathon for the appropriate years. So just be persistent. I mentioned a song that I found on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8SPVEhZN5E I bet you will like it... Have a nice and healthy day.. Greetings, Veljko

Geezer Vz on December 10, 2010

Veljko, That was a very nice song. I spend a lot of time on youtube. I've got two channels - /theveazeyman is for clips I have recorded at the Ozark Folk Center and /theguyserman is for recordings of myself. (I'm not good, but it's fun.) Best regards, Guy

Hollis chen on December 10, 2010

Very Nice capture..^_^ Like

M.Salih ÖZBUDAK on December 10, 2010

Very good shot and composition Guy.

Have a nice day.


Geezer Vz on December 11, 2010




Thank you so very, very much.


sandart on December 17, 2010

Great moving move, Guy! LIKE

Greetings, Alexander

whoelius on December 26, 2010

ahahahah!! This is brilliant!

Geezer Vz on December 27, 2010



Thanks for the comments. The idea wasn't original and I made it hurriedly to get it in the NPC "That's Funny." Maybe some day I'll do it again and make it better.


ƤōƝƓ on January 7, 2011

LOL! Very luv-leh entry!

Nawitka on January 13, 2011

This is very funny, you have the pose down perfectly! :D Great shot!

Tomros on September 1, 2013

i think it is very original!!

this is the only geezer grossing I have ever seen!

re my latest: there were trolleybuses, when I came to toronto, but gradually they disappeared.

The wiring is from street cars and sometimes they turn here, there is more of it. I made sure there is lot of it on my photo..;-)

K@rin on December 17, 2013

:) Wonderful scene really fun , lovely image , Like it

wishing you a Blessed Christmas with all your family

warm greetings Karin

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  • Uploaded on December 9, 2010
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    by Geezer Vz
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