Sunday, December 18, 2011

No Camera 不允许拍照 ...


Security guards were standing behind me 
when I took this shot 
...
Neither do I feel foolish nor brave
I think you are right, it is just silly
...
I think there is a new rule here
as the guards were not protesting
to those who were clicking away
with their point and shoot
but 
warning those with the DSLR
...

Tokyo Street ...

Tokyo Street
Pavilion, KL


27 comments:

Carolina Tavares said...

Sometimes it is irresistible not to shoot.

Eyeliquor said...

Nice one Wong!

Xurde Radío said...

Take care, my friend. But I agree that when something is forbidden, it really calls us. The dark side always attracts us, even more to the camera addicted ones.
Greetings from Asturias, Spain.

Cloudia said...

Brave man!


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AGMPRISMA said...

They follow you, jjj

Pieces of Sunshine said...

So does that make you brave or foolish?

William Cheng said...

Not allowed to bring camera or not allowed to shoot photo?

Theanne and Baron said...

Obviously they didn't hassle you! I haven't run into a sign like this yet...perhaps a jewelry store would have this or a hospital? Where were you!

Arnaud said...

They probably still wonder how to react with the one shotting this sign.

Randy said...

Your such a rebel!

Erika said...

You are strong!!!
Have a nice afternoon!!!

FRANKIE PAIN said...

oh pauvre Wong go away
mr Wong criyng kiss goog sunday

Monique et Daniel said...

Chacun sait, les photographes sont plein d'humour...

s.c said...

Brave shot. What was behind this sign? a shopping mall?

Marion said...

Brave nor foolish, so why taking the picture? It's funny to see anyway.
Best regards, Marion

Filip Demuinck said...

I don't really like place where I can not take pictures. Certainly not when it is paid with the tax money of the community. You pay for it but can not take a picture of it. I become a bit upset.

Greetings,
Filip

Carmen Negoita said...

There is a saying: the rules are made ​​to be broken. You have to be careful. :)

Doug Hickok said...

Perfect example of the photography you can get away with via the compact cameras versus the large attention getters. Wonderful post Wong!

Beatriz said...

entire image (except for the sign) has a unique color palette, like a watercolor.

La sonrisa de Hiperión said...

Peor que coraje me dan esos carteles...

Saludos y feliz domingo.

Patrick Lucas said...

What is Pavilion KL ?

Angela Häring-Christen said...

You're allowed to make a shot from this sign but not from the other things behind of them! :-)
Greetings
Angela

Esmeralda said...

Muy buena toma. Las normas están para saltárselas.

Felices fiestas, si las celebras

Robert Geiss said...

A few days I was told the same, while walking at a street with banks. Strange though, makes one wonder about public space.
Please have a good new week ahead.

(And yes, I took the shot anyway ;)

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

you're so brave!

ñOCO Le bOLO said...


· It's a very curious photo.

· regards

... Happy Winter's Solstice
... the Sun wins the battle

CR & LMA
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UIFPW08 said...

It's impossible...