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March 24, 2013 - 43 went

A day at Chinatown (Thien Hau Temple, market place and side streets)

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  • Rocky V.

    This man was really pissed with all the photographer taking his picture while he was eating, that he actually put down his bowl of food and stop eating.

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  • A former member

    Thats whats wrong with a large group...by yourself 1 click is not annoying...20...well that's another story

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  • A former member

    I realize that Rocky...I usually shoot myself! Large crowds tends to make the people clam up and ruins a lot of possible moments. So I occasionally do some for the group...otherwise many would not venture to these places alone. There are some spots if I were to bring 20 people with cameras the place would be a ghost town...haha SAD BUT TRUE!

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  • Rocky V.

    I know what you mean, but just the same it fun by the number. you're right some won't even venture outside their comfort zone. That is why this group is important so people can experience something like this. last some day was a great day and the weather was just right. I just tend to observe people and try to be polite, even if it's public area.

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  • A former member

    The difference with me and other shootersI don't aim directly at him hes to the side not knowing i'm shooting him ... Later i just crop the left third out. He was looking to see what i was doing and went on eating...my specialty...being stealthy. What this guy is doing is checking me out as of curiosity to see what it is I am shooting. 25 years shooting on the streets...you do acquire some street smarts!

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  • A former member

    if you look thru my pics I have others of him eating at different spots

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