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3 shots in quick succession and One bonus photo at the end of the day

By Massimo Usai

The rain was persistent all day, which is not unusual if you live in northern Europe within walking distance of the Atlantic.


It wasn’t the first time I’d seen it rain like that- I’ve lived in London for 20 years, and I know what “persistent rain” means, so I thought more about not getting wet and making sure I best protect my camera.


Then at some point, the rain stopped.

The clouds began to separate to make room for the sun’s rays as if they wanted to give me a moment’s breath and the chance to take a picture to show with pride.


The wind was moving the clouds fast, and I watched that bus stop at the other end of the road.

I was watching it with curiosity,’ and it intrigued me, but something was missing.


By a miracle, as I pointed my lens towards the stop, a guy with one of those modern scooters passed me in the middle, between me and the Bus stop.


Click, click, click… three shots in quick succession.


I realized I took an “interesting” shot and couldn’t wait to come home to show it to you:

3 shots in quick succession and One bonus photo at the end of the day
The boy on the scooter

Massimo Usai

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