Selfie sticks.

Sitting in front of a colosseum in Rome with my girl.

"hey sir, wanna selfie stick?"

"no thanks I'm fine."

"..no I really don't want, thanks"

"did you saw me refusing this guy standing next to you and offered me the same thing anyway?"

Now that's a hustle and I appreciate a good hustle when I see it.

I also love selfies. I love instagram. I love vsco. I love people shooting great images with iphones. I love the fact that everyone is a photographer. Heck, I think snapchat will play important role in visual storytelling.

I just feel that being on defence and bitching about this and that is plain dangerous attitude (not just for photographers) heading to inevitable loss.

 

So here's to the hustle. to adapting on different shit.

Here's to those annoying hustlers ruining sightseeing for everyone. (colosseum is a bullshit btw)

Here's one to being on offence and having fun with humanity.

And btw: did anyone in a history of human society actually bought a fucking selfie stick? 

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