I was in London a week or two ago, and saw a small group of people waiting for a tube train. I instantly assessed their clothing and facial characteristics and determined that they were German.
There was a certain continental élan that convinced me.
It was time to try out my little Panasonic GF1 with the 45mm Olympus lens. On a micro four-thirds sensor, the 45mm lens is a 90mm equivalent. In other words it makes a good portrait lens for this kind of shot.
So I took a couple of photos and then moved closer to check on those Continental accents.
They were English – not German or from anywhere in Continental Europe at all.
Marty, who goes by the screen-name of Nothing Profound publishes his aphorisms here. I cannot recommend them highly enough.
If you take a look over at the right sidebar, you will see an invitation to connect on LinkedIn.
It’s not just your regular invitation, because it actually goes to the page to connect with me on LinkedIn.
If I had just put the link to my LinkedIn profile, it would have taken you three more clicks to actually get to the invitation page.
But with the aid of this article from Stacy Zapar I made the link direct to my invitation page.
Give it a whirl yourself if you want people to connect with you on LinkedIn.
If you want, you can click here to connect with me on LinkedIn.