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  • I had time to kill, my ever present camera came out and I looked around for something to photograph. After snapping a church and a few other marginally interesting things, my attention inevitably turned to the people and the interesting things they do.

    I get very shy photographing people. I neither want to intrude on people's lives or make them uncomfortable, nor do I really want to be noticed, as it spoils the ungoverned behaviour that's so worth framing.

    That's the bit I like best. A shame it's only usually possible to catch when someone's at a distance or turned to something else. Still. When you find that thing, raise your lens, and see you've got the shot it's a small triumph in a sometimes unrelenting world.

    The yoga stance seemed to focus the girl with the map, after seeming lost for a few minutes she put that foot on her leg and mused and suddenly she had it and they were off. Nobody else saw it. A moment caught only by me. And now yours to muse upon.
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