wow, man, you are a Master (with uppercase M ;-)this article is far, far better than many whole books I have seenmany thanks ciao from italy
mi sa che sono stato uno dei pochi a intuire che il volevi dare l'idea di "indifferenza" - infatti tutte le foto che ti hanno preceduto (tranne forse una o due) mi sembra che hanno poco a che vedere con l'indifferenza... bah...
invece, marrano, ho visto che hai pubblicato l'ape stecchita in un'altra challenge,,, ;-)
very kind from you
ciao from italyroberto
don't worry - I understood your comment was very kind and polite, and you didn't want to offend!
In fact my answer was just to explain how things go there.
thanks sir,i'm perfectly aware of what this photo is about, i'm not a "hit & run" tourist.i partially agree with you when you say it is "inappropriate as a contest entry"as for the sentence "must have been very private and sad moment to the people at the place", i don't know if you have ever been there, but nepal authorities allow hundreds of tourists to go there and shoot hundreds of photos - this is the very first problemno warning of prohibition signs. you understand that, when hundreds of shots are around the world, the concept itself of "privacy" becomes very weak best regards- in friendship-roberto