Due to the amount of photos I take of Robert you might think we're a couple. We tend to do a lot of projects together, and I'm compelled to shoot the light as it presents itself, which is often in San Francisco it seems. Plus, the guy wears interesting stuff that works well in an urban environment. The shot by the car looks like a movie still, it's one of my favorite things I've shot recently.
As you would expect, we saw a variety of interesting things including a homeless guy, a dude on his break, and a dude with his shirt off doing bicycle ballet. In addition, a crowd of folks were gathered around singing songs in solidarity with the Egyptian Revolution. That's all I know about that.
The guy taking his break was fairly skeptical of why I wanted to take his shot, exclaiming, "I'm just on my break, man" in such a manner as if he were being harassed by the cops. Surprisingly he let me go ahead and take it, but not before making sure he understood my intentions for its usage.
Although I didn't take any photos, you know we stopped off at Fiddler's green to end the day. I've still never had a bad day in San Francisco.