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Friday, March 25, 2011

weekend reflection: Bathroom vanities




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In many public places, your are not allowed to take photos in the toilets.

There was no notice here. I really like this reflection photo, so I was very discrete, took my camera out quietly and risked being thrown out of the bathroom.

There are some silly kids who photograph people in the bathrooms and post them on youtube. I remember when I was in Laurie Hall, a female only hostel of Windsor university in Canada. One of the girls poked her camera into the shower stall when her friend was showering inside. She thought it was fun, but one never knows what would happen if the film got into the wrong hands.

I guess that is why there is this "No camera" policy.

12 comments:

Carletta said...

A nice mirror reflection!
Little pranks these days that were fun in school years ago end up 'around the world' on your tube.

George said...

The no camera rule is probably very wise in this age of the internet. You did capture a nice reflection, however.

J Bar said...

Good one.

Rajlakshmi said...

nice reflection...


Weekend Reflection

Sandra said...

it is a great photo and i can see why no cameras in the bathrooms what with youtube and videos all over the internet. glad you did not get in trouble and got your shot.

Pam said...

Nice reflection shot, Ann. No bathroom snapshots sounds like a reasonable rule. No really good friend would do that.

hugs,
Pam

Louis la Vache said...

Ann, «Louis» has not had much time to visit his friends in the blogosphere recently. You asked if he could see the tsunami from his balcony. Despite watching for it, he missed it - but there's a photo of it HERE. (Scroll down)

Pat Tillett said...

I think it's a good rule for the "new" world we live in.
Nice photo!

mARTy said...

funny pic;)

Icy BC said...

I agree with everyone's comment about the rule..and a nice reflection photo!

EG Wow said...

I can understand why there's a no-camera policy! :)

'Tsuki said...

I never noticed such a interdiction in France... I guess teenagers in my countryside didn't have stupid ideas such as taking pic of people using the bathroom to share them on the internet... Yet. :/

But it is a pity, cause there is a lot of public restrooms that are fancy enough to shared as public art...