Amedeo Modigliani and Paul Gauguin would have loved you, lady
I was buying a humus at the best humus stall in Jerusalem
(as you can understand, like any Israeli, I consider myself an expert in humus).
She approached the next stall and, also, asked for a hums.
It was clear she is a gentle tourist.
I wondered if I should warn her that she is missing the best humus when
She is buying at the wrong stall,
but as in introvert, shy photographer,
(that doesn't want to be conceived like a rude Israeli male chauvinist)
I said nothing.
Instead I hide myself behind the camera,
and concentrated in capturing her as good as I can.
I was rather satisfied with the result;
I hope she too…
What do you say:
Should I warn her?