I was just about to walk away from the train station while I was out on my photo-walk the other day, when I turned my head and saw her. She was sitting on some steps, concentrating on typing a text message at a speed I found intimidating even from a distance. The lighting was great, especially the way it bounced up off the pavement and illuminated her face under the brim of her cap. I was hesitant to interrupt her, but couldn’t help myself; I wanted the shot if she’d let me take it.
She took my card, and then came the usual delay that comes as people consider my out-of-the-blue photo request. She said yes – hooray! No sooner had I snapped the shot then she put her head down and went back to her text message. Regrettably, I didn’t interrupt again to ask her name. I hope she sees this and contacts me, as I am rather pleased with her photo and would like her to have a copy.
[Click image to expand/shrink its size.] Nikon D300, ISO 320, f/2.8 at 1/1500 sec, 85 mm
I was walking down the street when I happened to look up and see them standing on the rooftop of the building opposite me. It appeared each was dressed alike, listening intently to a figure outside of my view. Then I remembered where I was: walking downtown along the north side of Temple Square in Salt Lake City. No doubt these “men in black” were soon to be on a mission…
Nikon D300, ISO 320, 1/800 s at f/11, 120 mm
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