There are a few locations that I always go to for photos opportunity and Little India, an ethnic neighborhood in Singapore is one of them. There is a defined route that I always take in Little India when hunting for photos, darting into back alleys and small lanes and emerging from another. I have walked through this alley in Little India posted in this week’s photo numerous times and always look for interesting objects, or singular item as I always thought this alley to be chaotic with too many distracting elements to do a wide angle shot. However, the appearance of a few pigeons perched on a pole across the alley had me scrambling for a good angle to grab a shot. As the pigeons starting to fly off one by one, I was running short of time and in desperation, I did a 180 degrees changed in the angle that I would normally used and came back with the photo in this post. Sometimes, a change in perspective could really yield some interesting results.

Street photographs are mirror images of society, displaying "unmanipulated" scenes, with usually unaware subjects.


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