I normally take pictures in the city, but my circumstances didn't allow me to get out to Salt Lake on this day, so I ventured out to some homes in Provo and got people there.
I couldn’t get my way to an urban environment before my class project was due, so I decided to start knocking some doors. I asked this nice lady if I could take a picture of a teeter totter in her front yard, but I was really hoping to get a picture of whoever lived there. The lady started talking about her daughter being a photography student, and I did my usual and took pictures while talking to them. I guess the little girl got bored while we were talking.
I was so used to coming across interesting individuals in Salt Lake that I was getting worried I wouldn’t find anything to photograph in Provo. When I saw this guy walking down the sidewalk a half a block away, I ran to him. I couldn’t pass up a photo. He was easy to catch up to because large group of High Schoolers stopped to talk with him. “Where are you going?” “Oh I don’t know, I was thinking of just stopping at Denver or something.” “You guys think I could rest on your lawn for a little bit?” “Yeah sure, no problem.” I was really impressed with how nicely they treated this stranger.