This was a really funny and amusing drunk man who smiled and started shouting to beckon me over whilst he was sitting on a park bench having a can of Carlsberg lager and enjoying the flowers, view and people as they walked on by. He made me laugh, and I loved the fact he was wearing a lady's hat. He let me take a few photo's of him.....
Then later on my walk I saw this black guy sitting down outside a shop having a cigarette and thought he was interesting too so asked if I could photograph him. He was flattered and also couldn't understand why someone like me would want to take his photo!
Then there was also this woman who I saw during my lunch break on Friday. I didn't ask if I could photograph as I think I would not have captured her expression (and therefore overall instant appeal to me) which I thought was brilliant. She was tall, slim and cat like, perhaps she thought I was a dog for having my camera and taking pictures and she was telling me with her stare to back off, I'm a blonde dog though!
Or this lady, who I stopped because she caught my eye as she seemed to be someone who I could imagine having been rather beautiful in her youth, and even though that had faded, she still made an effort with her appearance and on speaking with her I could see how flattered, touched and surprised she was at having been asked to have her portrait taken because I had noticed her. That in itself was charming.
On Friday night as Anders and I walked Marvin and Carly (before collecting Dexter from Cubs), this man was outside a bar with his friends. His gold jewellery bedazzled me, which I jokingly told him and he let me take his picture! His name was Jack.