Spanish & Portguguese translations for “Can I take your photo?” and the appropriate country’s cash nestled discretely in a small bag with a drawstring.
It’s a place to house a morsel of my respect and gratitude while asking and then thanking the locals who allow me to photograph them.
You don’t have to pull any strings, South America, just be you, and you’ll find out what’s in the bag.
“What’s in the bag,” means “hello, how are you?” in my country, and that’s what I’d really like to find out when asking for your photo.
A birthday gift to me from LCP –
“What’s in the Bag!”