As a photographer I have a fascination with capturing images other photographers.
Just watch a photographer, especially a landscape photographer, for a while and you will see how absorbed into their craft we can get. One moment focused on a scene, the next lost in thought.
We really do make excellent photographic subjects except we are usually on the wrong side of the lens.
I watched this photographer walk up and down the jetty, pause to look out to the horizon every so often then turn his head to the ground as he walked back as if he did not see what he was looking for.
At least I did, … this time.
Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Hat and Camera’, 1/100 f/2.8 ISO640 200mm