Aaah Winchester. I love that town. It’s cozy and charming and peaceful.
Walking around the old town I couldn’t help noticing the people of Winchester are different than elsewhere. I don’t know why but they all seemed serene, nice, stylish and … I don’t know… cool. There is this artistic essence all around the town and I guess the people reflect it. They, too, are like art.
It’s impossible to capture Winchester’s charm in a photograph, but if I am to attempt to do so, how else – if not via people? 🙂
This lady was telling us a story about how she saved this little fellow from Romania. This puppy was about to be euthanised but she arranged everything so that she could bring him with her to England. His gratitude radiated on miles – especially from his eyes – and her love for him was adorable.
When we saw this lady I said: She looks like she’s from the 19th century. When she approached her bike though, and I saw her struggling with the bike lock I thought to myself: “well, even this lady from the past has to fight with the 21st century technology.”
He’d almost sung his vocal cords off. But he gave us quite a show!
Ask HIM. Ask Carmelo. And be sure he’ll know the answer (whatever the question might be) 🙂
This guy, who btw looked like Rupert Grint, didn’t seem to be too keen on his job. Neither too keen on lingerie I guess.
Chatting in the sun.
I wonder why the lady behind the window looks so sad.