This photograph was taken when I was strolling through a churchyard close to Newport Road in Cardiff.
I was on my way back to the nearby Cardiff Art College.
I heard a bark behind me. I turned around to see a girl and her dog walking towards me.
She smiled and we started to chat. Suddenly a small boy appeared from nowhere and joined us.
There we were, three strangers who had never met, chatting to each other as if we had known each other all our lives.
I had my camera with me and asked the strangers if I could take a picture of them.
They agreed most willingly. This photograph was the result.
We eventually said our goodbyes and I promised the strangers some pictures. The girl's name was 'Jo'. I cant remember the boy's name.
I thought that our paths wouldn't cross again.
I was wrong.
One day much later I felt a tap on my shoulder as I walked along Queen Street in Cardiff. It was 'Jo'.
I promised to take some pictures of her. You will see one of the pictures amongst this collection. It was taken in Barry Scrapyard, a last resting place for old steam trains.
The picture in the cemetery though, is very special for me. I wonder what became of them?
I often look at the photograph and think about 'Jo' and the young lad.
I called the picture 'Wayfarers at a Cardiff Churchyard'