"What can I do?"
The girl who is not facing the camera sighs in her heart.
This is a shot taken in the Mong Kok area of Hong Kong, which is a very busy area full of young people and shoppers from around the world. In this photograph, both the girl at the front and not facing the camera and the girl dressed in some sort of costume at the back were standing in the middle of a street giving out some advertising materials. People, however, gathered only around the girl dressed in the costume, and there were also people taking pictures of this girl. The class of the cameras used ranged from professional to cell-phone embedded, and the amount of the cameras at presence was simply beyond your imagination: it was so great that whoever was there must really ask, "Man, does everyone in Hong Kong bring a camera with them always?" On the other hand, despised the fact that the girl at the front actually looked quite pretty, almost no-one stopped by to get a piece of what she advertised.
I was standing on the sidewalk, right between these two girls, observing this situation for like almost ten minutes, and I decided to take this shot.