Hoi An Old Quarter - Phố cổ Hội An
Yoshimitzu in Reality... I was recently taught that to be a street photographer you don't have to only go up to someone and shoot. But it is completely possible to find a busy street with activity find a nice little corner and click away if you have a decent tele-zoom lens. This way you are not part of the scene where you are noticed. Rather you can sit and watch real life pass you by and notice the smiles on faces to the tears in peoples eyes.
This man is a road sweeper in Hoi An yet his uniform is something i would not mind wearing at all. The swagger of the ASEAN people with the most minimal effort impresses me a lot. This uniform reminds me of a fighter from TEKKEN named Yoshimitzu.
Would i be able to spot such things if i only walk and shoot? Perhaps not. Sometimes invisibility is your best friend.