in words, sights and sounds
Living up to stereotypes
Stunning! I love the lights and reflections off of his glasses. It appears that he is operating a ride at a carnival.
Thank you, Tim! No, he was standing in front of an arts and crafts stand at a Christmas market. However, yes, I could also see him operating a ride at a carnival.
Who is in awe ? The man on the photo, or the person observing him ? 😉
I often wonder how powerful is your zoom, and how far away you’re standing from your ‘victims’ so they can’t notice that you’re taking photos of them…
Hehe. Good observation, Ms. Ambassador. However, I was not that much in awe…more in a state of confusion as I couldn’t figure out whether the person in my photograph was a man or a woman. By the way, I am not that far from my victims. I am very quick tho;)
Now that you say that, it’s true that the male characteristics are not so obvious…
You must be really quick, little Canary, and blend into the landscape ! 😉
It is more like blending into the crowd and being some 10 meters away max 😉 So, yes, a zoom helps. I have no paparazzo equipment tho.
Your look is pretty accurate. A true little yellow bird ! 🙂
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