Do you find this also? I was out and about in a local park yesterday called Stanley Park. It's got a boating-lake, the usual flower-gardens (giving suitably barren shots this time of year), a fountain, big stone sculptures, a wood, tennis-courts etc. Basically, all the usual stuff you find in a big park. I thought it would be great to take my 35RC round there and rattle off some test shots, seeing that I've loaded it with Ilford Delta 400 B&W film. The weather was a bit dull and grey, ideal for B&W I find because there won't be any harsh, featureless shadows. Why is it though that other people around you stare at you like you've got two heads, just because you're taking some photos on your own, like you're some kind of freak? Perhaps it's the sign of the times and is caused by the general mistrust everyone has in each other these days. There was a perfect photo waiting to be taken of two young boys fishing on the bank of the lake. I framed up the shot and they noticed me and I thought "no, I better not: their parents could be nearby and the next thing I know I could be sleeping in a prison-cell having been accused of stalking their kids". Am I just paranoid? I'll post some of the photos I did take when I get the film developed. What do others think?