Captured this reflection at Souk Madinat after several tries.
This woman is wearing the leather burqua mask I've mentioned in the past, but rarely am I in a good position to take a discrete photograph. Lots of zoom for this one, and I'm skulking behind a pillar in the Gold Souk.
This is something we stopped to figure out. There were these roads by the sea where all of the sudden the next portion would be blocked off by tires and something was scattered thickly all over the road. Turned out to be...little fish, drying. Lots of little fish.
This was a fortunate shot I got walking back to the car after a race, carrying Thomas and my gear as well. I had the camera out at waist level and pointed it the general right direction while looking down and forward. Cropped, the image was perfect...early morning light, a bicycle, and a man brushing his teeth contemplatively.
More serious zoom, though I think I might have gotten busted by the subjects this time. Who could not want to photograph that light, that face?