On the first of the month, the City Daily Photo community chooses a theme that we each try to interpret. This month, the theme is People Watching. The much-loved portal is still unavailable, but there is an alternate site where many of us have linked in.
I'm not really a photographer of people. About the only place I seem to have people in my photographs is when I am at the downtown Greenmarket. Every Sunday, local farmers and crafters gather downtown to sell their wares. It's a lot of fun to try all the goodies. I personally like supporting all these local farmers. This particular day was quite warm, and I'd sat myself down on the curb and was fiddling with the old 35mm film lens I have on the digital camera. It turns out to be a serendipitous photo. As I was watching the Mu Mu Muesli lady, she was watching customers. People watching squared!
|Lens||Minolta MD 50mm f1.4|
|F Number||unrecorded, probably f/4|
|Focal Length||50.0 mm|
|Exposure Program||Aperture-priority AE|
|Flash||Off, Did not fire|