For some odd reason, I decided to go to the DPReview Fuji X100 forum today. For the past month or two, I've really minimized my visits there. So I came across a thread today about street photography inside Costco. For those not in the US, Costco is a warehouse style store that sells a variety of items (including electronics) at a discounted price to its members. Well, it's supposed to be discounted. Someone provided constructive criticism to OP regarding the lack of interestingness in the photos, and then wrote to the following to the OP: "Go to the Philadelphia street photography by Ray Sachs posted here to see how this is supposed to work. There is always a subject, a story or a scene which is pretty well defined by the photograph. These images work. " I just thought it was really cool! So kudos to Ray!!! Woohoo!!