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Shot pheasants hang ready to be sold by the farmers in the local livestock market near to the city of Salisbury in Wiltshire, England. Pheasants are common here and eat the grain that is sown in the fields. They are also bred for hunting with shotguns. Leica M9 with 35mm Summarit f2.5. 1/30th at f2.5 @1600 iso. Gerry
Bought this camera with all my savings when I was eighteen but got sidetracked with university and never used it much since. I always kept it with me though wherever I was (I lived/worked/studied in 4 different countries in the past couple years). It's only now that I realized what a treasure I had, left hardly used. I took it out for a couple times on weekends and had a lot of fun shooting. What I noticed is that people don't feel intimidated, even when I am fairly close - see pics: What I'd like to find out more about though is how to exploit this feature of the Leica M to the fullest. How to approach people without them reacting to the camera at all? I think this is the single most important feature of a Leica so if you guys would like to share some thoughts, they'd be much appreciated!