"Would you mind if I took a photo of you?"
"Sure, it's your camera."
So it went with Bob, 75-year resident of Minneapolis, who was hanging out on Lake Street in South Minneapolis for no apparent reason. It felt every bit of the 95 degrees F, but he just seemed to be content watching things going by. Bob was absolutely comfortable with the camera, but had a deliberate way of avoiding eye contact which was unfortunate because he had striking light blue eyes.
Bob's parents moved from North Minneapolis where they had a butcher shop and he now lives nearby either at his place or a family member's. He moves on. I moved on. We all move on, I guess.