Marietta is a town that is about 15 minutes north of my office. One day during lunch I drove up to photograph the square. At one time I had worked closer to this location so I was very familiar with it. There are always some interesting things to photograph and I love seeing what is new or changed.
While walking around, I did miss one opportunity. There was a gentlemen sitting on a bench who called over to me. He wanted to talk or tell me something, I don’t know which. I couldn’t tell of he was homeless or just lonely. What I did was walk by him dismissively when I should have bartered with him. I would listen to what he had to say and he would then be a subject for an impromptu portrait session. I’m still kicking myself for not taking advantage of that situation.
Camera: Nikon N90s Film: Ilford Delta 100 Lens: Nikon 50mm