Ethnicity

Really, What Are You All Looking At? - Los Angeles Street Photographer

Alright, I've been keeping this from you for a while, a while that's long enough for me to hold the secrets without getting some "internal infection". :-)Remember I posted about my encounter with the Amish the other day?  And I said a good photographer ought to tell a story with her photographs?  Well, I only told half the story there and here's what I consider "complete".

So, can you answer my question in the title now?  Give your interpretation of what was going on in the Comments section below.

Amish at the Train Station - What are They Looking At? - ©Jean Huang Photography
Amish at the Train Station - What are They Looking At? - ©Jean Huang Photography

What Are You All Looking At? - Los Angeles Street Photographer

By no means would I dub myself a "street photographer".  But if you know me well, you'd know that I was drawn to photography by the uniqueness and the beauty that's prevalent in our lives.  These Amish caught my attention when I was doing nothing but looking for trouble to shoot (can we call it "trouble-shooting"?).  I mean, they are already unique in their own rights.  And spotting Amish in a train station is one step up on "uniqueness".  Wouldn't you expect to see them travel in horse-drawn carriages?

Amish Looking in One Direction at Train Station - ©Jean Huang Photography
Amish Looking in One Direction at Train Station - ©Jean Huang Photography

Anyway, it's said that a good photograph tells a story.  So what story is behind this image?