Frankly i dun bother and restrict myself with all the rules and regulations...hehehe. My conscience is clear, my aim was the feet...which would be interesting...3 pairs of feet.
I would hate to show some photo which im unhappily took. Heheh
Photo with no soul and passion.
Once i took a shot of a police scooter with the road double yellow lines in China town, it looked so abstract. One policeman came over and asked me why i took photo of his bike. Told him i was shooting the road with the wheels. He let me off, he cant arrest me, im in a public place , and i was indeed shooting part of the road as well. By the way...i lost tat roll of film...duno fly to siah. Sigh
If he doesnt like it, dun park his scooter along double yellow lines. Its against the rules anyway...duh.
No lah...not angry lah. Aiyoh...would i get angry so easily? Unless someone who's trying to create trouble or insult my frens,...then there will be loops of fury. lol
I know Singaporeans mostly narrowminded, very kay poh and intolerant of minor issues. You see so many complaints bout minor stuff in the ST forum column always. As more the population increases, the closer families stay together. Next time we hear bout police case bout a stray slipper infringing the space of a next door neighbour...lol.
As for shooting people, i dun care, still point and shoot.
Afterall it takes one bad apple to make the whole basket bad...juz dun be that bad one. LoL
P.s the first shot, the reason why i took it was, the feet and the shadows created by the morning light. Took it before the train reached J.e station in the morning, the crowd at J.e comes in, there would be nothing to shoot at all liao...too packed. Heh