It's strange how you can visit a place many times and not notice a landmark right under your nose. Every month I park up in the village of Knowl Hill to eat lunch before my rehearsal. The spot where I park is right next to a long footbridge, crossing the A4, yet I've never thought to walk across it. Today I put that right, walking up the steps to see what the view looked like. Staring across the fields I saw this chap walking his dog in the distance. I could see he was heading in my direction, towards a cross roads in the grass, where decades of dog walkers have followed the same path. I composed my shot and waited for man and dog to reach the spot where I wanted to freeze frame their journey. It may not be the most dynamic piece of street photography (or should that be field photography?!) I've ever created but it taught me to take more notice of the places I visit month in, month out.