Street Market

I posted a photo of this little Chinese lady a while back, reaching for salad. Here’s another one I got of her as I approached the scene. She was already aware of me, as you can tell by the stink eye she’s giving me. This was taken on Spadina Ave in Toronto’s Chinatown.

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4 Responses to Street Market

  1. milkayphoto says:

    I really like this ‘sneaky peeky’ image. So great that the only person looking at the camera is the woman! Boy – she had you on her radar right from the get go! 🙂

    • Thanks Tracy. Yeah, she really did. I tried to take a few photos but all the little ladies on the street were on to me and covering up or turning away. A couple of times I simple stood there with my camera focus on them and waited for them to check on me, at which time I snapped the shot. Notice the lady on the left with her arm covering her face? She was trying to hide from me the whole time. I can be annoying that way. 🙂

  2. Whitley says:

    I saw the first picture you posted of this lady and now looking at this one literally made me laugh out loud. You can so clearly see how much she despises your presence. You have now been demoted form a photographer to a paparazzi..LOL!

    SN: keep em comin, I love the photo blog

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