What the?

Sometimes when out on the streets you try not to let your subject know you are taking their photo. Sometimes you just don’t care if they know or not. If you can’t tell by the reaction on this persons face, I didn’t care when I walked up and then knelt down and took the shot. I walked up afterwards to them and showed them the photo and they both liked it. We talked for a few minutes then I moved on. I am finding as I continue going out and shooting on the street that most people are OK with their photo being taken. If they look puzzled, or say something, I just walk up to them and start the conversation up and show them the photo. I have not had anyone get mad at me yet. I am sure some day it will happen, and I’ll deal with it when it does.


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Breaking the Rules

Here’s a few Street Photos. I went out for a photo walk while on my lunch break the other day in downtown Pittsburgh. I was coming up on the intersection of Smithfiled Street and 5th Avenue when this guy just threw this Unicycle out onto Smithfield Street and hopped right up on it.

He took off against the light, through the intersection, wobbling and weaving and dodging another bicyclist and a car coming down the hill.

He not only broke the rules of the road by cruising through the red light, but of cycling itself. I have never understood how someone can ride one of those things.

No front wheel, handlebars, or breaks. Nope. Not for me. It was, however, pretty cool to see him do it.