(Camera: Ricoh GX200)
Some cars were vrooming across the road while some stopping at the traffic light. It was a usual weekday morning, except that the sun was shining brighter than the previous gloomy days of the week. Passers-by were going along the footbridge, hurriedly on their way to offices or schools. There was not too far a distance between their eyes and where their gazes were fixed, the shortest being a forearm's length to the smartphone or the spot a few steps ahead. No one seemed concerned about the world around. They were busy tending to their own busyness physically or mentally.
This was a usual morning. The photographer kept watching as the scenes unfolded themselves.
Then he noticed something down the footbridge, reached in his bag and extracted his camera. The camera was pointed to the road. Some people gave him a quick look, wondering what could be so interesting on a usual busy road. No latter had the image been framed than the shutter was pressed to the full. Pressed again, and again to shot the stevedore breaking the traffic rule and the pattered yellow boxes to go towards the bright side.
This was a sunny morning. The gloomy days were gone. When a photographer is aware enough, there will be lots more bright shots to do, be them with pattered subjects or not.