In yesterday’s post I mentioned how I overcame my shyness and it led to a good picture. That doesn’t mean I stopped taking candid photos. I wonder what she thought when she saw the camera pointed her way. Afterwards I shot some photos of the guy with a million balloons who happened to be passing by in the photo above. Did she think I was aiming for him? Because that was my intention – for her to think that. Although, I did want a photo of him too. I ended up taking about four and this was the best one.
I think passed by this guy who I featured yesterday. He was setting up. It was great to get a photo of him setting up because it’s such a rare moment in the street performer’s day.
Then again, I spoke with this guy and was able to get him to pose with his funny sign. I’ve seen similar signs before on the net, but not in person. I guess it’s the best way to deal with his situation in a light manner.
Just like the shot with the ska metal guy getting ready for work, I was happy with this shot because I thought it was really neat to see a street worker in a moment away from his entertainment and hawking.
As I mentioned before, I was going to get a good sunset photo in Hawaii and I was able to here. Click on that photo to see other sunset photos I took because if I included them here, the post would be way too long. Let’s just say it was fruitful – I was able to fill up an entire 1 GB memory card with photos from the sunset.
I also walked all the out to this part at the base of Diamond Head. There were tons of people there playing all kinds of sports and even doing yoga.