https://www.mu-43.com/f57/free-ebook-street-photography-14963/ In the thread above, this free e-book (very much worth the read) above may have introduced some of you to Street Photography, while for others (like myself) it provided some motivation to try this aspect of photography again. Today, we all know that the world has changed. Many people have short tempers and others feel that almost anything they themselves may not enjoy is a violation of their civil rights. Photographing a child, well, you know what you could be wrongfully accused of. In each case, these present some real challenges to photographers. Me personally, I'm rather reluctant to photograph strangers unless I can do it from afar. The author of the e-book offered above has his own philosophy - "ask forgiveness, not permission." So I'm wondering, when you see an interesting person, how do you approach them - or do you? I guess I'm looking for ways to break the ice when it comes to street photography.