Chinatown

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I saw this person and sort of hid away and waited until he turned toward me. I snapped this from the hip and I don’t think he saw me. The expression on his face I found interesting; however, I’m not sure how comfortable I am with this shot. I mean, sometimes you have to question whether it’s right to take a photo. I probably should have left him alone. The only saving grace is I’m certain he wasn’t aware I was taking a picture.

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2 Responses to Chinatown

  1. Toxicanadian says:

    I do like the shot Dave. Diversity and differences are not a bad thing to show. He has very interesting facial features. Makes one wonder what is on his mind…😉

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