When traveling I always feel guilty for spying on people and taking their photos when they aren’t looking. Sometimes they catch me in the act, which happened in a few of these, but that can still make a good photo. I thought some of these were worth sharing.
This one was taken through the door of the tiny Italian restaurant we ate at in Western Munich near our hotel. The chef across the street came out for a smoke. The scene was too priceless not to snatch.
This guy was hanging out in Munich in a square, and I was far away. I shot this at 200mm. He looked at me right when I snapped the shutter. He doesn’t look thrilled about photographed, does he? But I think his moodiness is what makes it a good photo.
Afternoon newspaper and a drink. Europeans just know how to live better.
Street performers in Munich (next two).
This was the woman that lives in the Eggenreuth house that I mentioned in this post. After I took this, she backed up into the shadowed doorway. 🙂
Mr. Werfritz, from the Werfritz’s of the same previous post.
A man on a train. The light is what got me in this one.
Never travel without a telephoto lens! 🙂 Happy spying. – HBA