If you're known as a photographer, one of the first things you're usually asked is "what kind of photography do you do?" Some photographers have a fairly easy time answering this question. They mostly do portraiture, or scenics, or architecture, or heaven help them, fine art. I prefer to think of my photography as observational photography. That is, I take what I see, from a certain perspective, usually jaundiced. It's a bit like observational humor of the kind, "did you ever stop to think about that?" or "what's up with that?" Perhaps you can think of me as the George Carlin of photographers.