Sometimes, there is nothing worse than having someone notice you with a camera. Or when you hit a low point in your photography for the day.
There are times when I take my kit out for a spin and position it by my hip to randomly capture anything that passes me. The diversity of the random, bizarre and mundane amuses me. Every once in a while, you chance upon a gem like this.
When I see this, I have a strong urge to draw in a thought bubble and guess what he is thinking.
What to eat for lunch or dinner? Strategizing the next mahjong session? Perhaps a haircut is overdue.
The endless possibilities of a wandering mind.
On a separate note, I’ve noticed a huge jump in readership in the past week and wanted to extend a hearty welcome to new readers and thank existing readers for being patient with my slower pace of posting of late. Work and travel has kept me busy, regular programming will resume soon.
Finally, I was interviewed by BBC Vietnam last week about Shanghai’s development and the blog, the video is here. For some reason, I thought it was going to be a radio interview, I clearly did not dress/make up for the occasion.