The human touch - People at work and play.
The most challenging creature to photograph as far as I am concerned is a human being. I feel terribly intrusive when I point a camera at someone, and I just don't like to approach people and ask permission.

The results of such endeavors almost always end up with contrite and posed looking shots which end up in my scrap bin. I am a sneak snapper when it comes to people shots. I hide away in some dark corner and hope that nobody discovers me ensconced there snapping away at everyday folk.

I don't think it is in me to be a paparazzi type. However, where ever I travel I find everyday folk who, even when beaming at the camera, have such wonderful personalities that the results turn out fine.

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