It was an exciting summer in London. I climbed one of the big hills on Hampstead Heath, up to one of the most panoramic views over the city and its buildings. The sun went down slowly moving through the hours, until it finally disappeared about 10pm. I caught the couple far away with my lens as they were enjoying the evening, living the moment in its total fullness. The connection that they had, which can be seen from their conversation is added to by the nuances of the sunset, the green of the park, the white of the houses and a little of the darkness of night. The overlapping photo is a window of a pub in the backstreets of Islington, North London. I like windows because in some poetic sense, they are like the eyes of the world, helping us to see through to the outside. Through this window, inside the pub, you can see a hand, which reminded me of the Hamsa, a symbol in both Judaism and Islam.