Men at Work
Today morning I woke up early and went looking for guava for a photography shoot we had scheduled for 10AM. Believe it or not this is the second day we looked for guava and its the second day we had to cancel the shoot because we couldn't find decent guava in the market. When I ended my guava search I drove into old Salmiya because I needed to pass by an ATM machine. It was still early and the shops were all closed when I noticed like 3 different work crews all working trying to fix various stuff. Mind you this is the old Salmiya street, the one with Al Ghanim electronics, so we don't usually see anyone fixing anything here. Its like everyone has forgotten about us and all the work crews are focused on the new Salmiya were Starbucks and McDonalds are located. So I was very surprised to see so many workers here fixing stuff up. After my successful shooting of the cop the other day (that didn't sound right) I decided I would shoot one of the workers (still doesn't sound right). Believe it or not, this worker asked me more questions then the cop did. He kept wanting to know why I wanted to shoot him and for what. In the end I just ignored him and took some pictures. Hmmm.. For some reason I just remembered the movie Men at Work starring Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez.