While on the train I capture my son while he´s preoccupied with checking his images of some black dots on the window.
I´ve captured the mirror reflection of the two of us on the train station. His photo is a window reflection of himself and people passing by.
I capture and elderly man with a cool walking stick as my son realises that we´re passing the building where two of his friends live.
Finally we agreed on a photo. Slightly different compositions, but a subject we both found worthy of a shot.
When walking by a building I see the nun with her head bowed as a priest walks by - my son is more concerned with capturing me and the street ahead.
I take a closer look at the dried-up dirt ground and train tracks while my son again thinks I´m the main subjective within his near distance.
I capture the typical scene of Spanish men, always sitting together having their daily discussions while some window display of dresses caught my sons attention.
I look up to the cool architectural elements above while my son looks around in this own height and snaps a garbage bin.
While I capture my son chasing away some pigeons in the street, he soon came over, grabbed his camera and shot a photo of two people chasing away on a motorbike.
While I´m interested in the people having lunch my son noticed a chair that´s been thrown out from a diner. This made an impression on him and kept talking about this chair many times.
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