Image © Enisa
There’s a man screaming on the walkway. He’s creating a scene, and people are stopping to gaze at him as he runs in circles screaming and pointing to the cameras on the wall, “They’re watching us, all of us, fear for your life.”
It is clear this man is frantic; his eyes illustrate the desperateness he must be feeling. He is passionate in his belief.
A man tries to comfort him, but he pushes him away telling him he should be home, hiding under his bed for if not they will come for him.
By now a crowd has gathered, and in the distance, I can see the police approaching.
It is clear they know this man; they address him by name and calm him down. One takes his arm and leads him away, but he is still muttering about the cameras.
When he is gone peace descends on the walkway, and one camera swivels to view the young couple kissing beneath it.