Mansi and I have talked about how much more difficult it is in my country to get some decent street shots, since people do not want someone else who they do not know to take their photo! That - I would assume - is very different in countries, where only some have got a camera and many rarely get their photo taken at all. In India, so I would think, it is possible and helps a lot to walk up to the people, stop and chat a while, and then step back and take their photo. Here, all I can do is make use of my 300mm. So these were taken on a very bright day in June in the midday sun (i.e. before my 35mm Canon started to fail on me and had to go to "camera hospital" until yesterday), the first two are "lunch break", the third is "The Mayor" (that's how that man came to be smiling into my camera, he is used to getting his photo taken - and later whisperingly asked his companions, "Who is she? You know her? Who does she work for?" ). The fourth and last are "School's out". Do you prefer "street photography" in black and white?