One of those sneaky commuter shots, I'm not sure, but I think he spotted you. Nice focusing.
He did spot me. The focussing was just luck since it was on automatic and I didnt have time to adjust it. He hid away after that and when he got up I realised that he was quite a large guy.... needless to say I put my head down and read my magazine :)
nice shot ... to see it is strong and to catch it right as you did is quite great.
Yes, he definitely pinged you!Slouched in a train seat, wearing a tie and a beret and with his b/berry looking disconcertingly like a gun!If you had tried too hard to set this up, it probably would not have worked.I like it ...
Peek-a-boo! Great shot, Sean. Methinks he might be checking you out, though...Viz-a-vis our move...our Ocala house is up for sale...we're going to a villa in The Villages, about two blocks from downtown Spanish Springs...if you've seen our The Villages blog, you'll have some idea of what it's like.Getting tired of yard work, keeping up a pool, etc.
you're gonna get caught!
Love the "refraiming". Great capture, feels like taking a peek:)
Tains are such energetic places with lots of interesting characters but a little enclosed if the subjects don't want their portrait taken. I didn't take inside shots on my Dubbo train ride, I guess I felt a little shy of intruding. (I did of course take shots from the inside looking out).
I am not sure where Julie sees the beret, I think it's just the seat's headrest. Would be very cool seeing one of this blackberry business guys with a beret though :-).And yes, you should be cautious, Sean, :-).
Are you playing a spy? Private detective? Is this a barrette on this dude's head?