Really like the perspective of the first one! Shooting from the hip is really hard, but I think you did a GREAT job! I'm the same way...I'm not one to just put my camera in their face...for me there's got to be a little report, if even just a smile and a point at my camera! Well done!
I, too, wonder how people feel when I'm taking their photo. Everyone looks sleepy, neat early shot.
These are fine photos. I agree, there are times when cameras should not be seen.
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Nice pictures! It's great to get this kind of natural moments from an another land and culture. I wish you a happy weekend!
The slight angle of each photo suggests a glimpse of other lives. Fascinating moments.
Großartige Fotos und Straßenszenen, da sieht man richtig wie der Ort aufwacht.
Great sequence of shots. Very moving photography and I appreciate your being careful of people's feelings. I have trouble photographing people because I don't want to infringe on their privacy.
Beindruckende Fotos!!!LG, Petra
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Excellent images! The second captured my eye...http://swfraser.wordpress.com/2014/05/06/low-tide-fog/
I like those last 2 shots more than the first shot.
Beeindruckende und sehr authentische Bilder!
Wonderful documentary shots Karen... from the scenes in these shots, it really seems you go to the most remote and/or desolate of places. Your keen curiosity and travel lust is evident. I do love the from-the-hip perspective here!
Deine Schwarz-Weiß Aufnahmen gefallen mir ausnehmend gut, sie sind richtig toll.Liebe Grüße ... Frauke
Great lifestyle shots. Such a different world.