I have a confession to make. I love watching people. I find it very entertaining and inspiring at the same time to watch how individuals behave in public places as a group. Usually the more I do, the more I start noticing the small details that make each person unique and can sometimes be weird, sometimes funny, sometimes simply brilliant. Over time I've started classifying people based on their behaviour: the way they dress, the way they move, the way they interact with others. By solving those puzzles thinking why people act and are as they are I find myself getting better at unconsciously guessing what people are about to do before they actually make their next move. As a street photographer I find that an important skill to train.
Anyway, as the summer of the century has decided to take a break, the coffee shop season has arrived and cafes are getting more crowded by fellow observers who sit behind a giant window enjoying their cup of coffee, watching anonymously what the outside world has to offer today. I find it amusing to sometimes surprise them by taking their photo, reminding that it's a two-way street.