I watched him for a couple of minutes. He seemed to be observing the skies. Not in a quizzical or careful way. He was just standing, looking up at the sky. In deep thought, he shuffled aimlessly. I tried to get as close as possible. I shoot with a 35mm prime lens, so I have to get closer than the classic street photographer who usually shoots with a 50 or 85mm. Luckily, he was staring at the skies above. So I simply walked up and fired away. There’s something about the unsuspecting face. Not posing, not knowing. They’re just being who they are.