I and a couple of friends were taking pictures around the city. A cop pulled over and began an inquiry. Although he didn’t want us to take pictures of some ‘sensitive areas’ in the city, he was happy to let me take picture of his cool watch.
Surveillance cameras have become ubiquitous in our lives. I wonder if there is someone really watching me when I step out in the public places or my images are simply stashed in some archive. The question is whether surveillance cameras reduce crime rate. And why do so many cases of burglary, robbery, kidnapping and murderContinue reading “#174/365: You’re being watched.”
I am not the most organized person in the world. As reminders, I like to keep items related to my current and a few future projects in my view. That does not necessarily mean that I embark on all the projects I dream of. Usually these things are placed in the form of a heapContinue reading “#021/365: Paraphernalia.”