It was the lines and shadows of the steps and railings that caught my eyes...and then just as I was about to press the shutter release the gentleman walked into the middle of the frame. I wasn't unhappy at the time, truth be told, as people generally add something to a snap. Of course since we're talking proper film photography here, I had to be content with delayed gratification - in this case more than a few weeks. But sure isn't that half the fun? I mean, all this fascination with instant feedback, eh? - surely the root cause of most of the problems in society these days...
A bit of cropping of the HP5+ negative out of the Nikon/50mm combination and this is what came out from the darkroom on Ilford Warmtone RC paper:
Shadows and steps and lower legs, Porto, June 2017
And take note of the quality of that heel strike. These things are important for proper walking, y'know. Ah, the things you learn when you spend time in the company of physical therapists, as is so often the case when one has ankylosing spondylitis.