My final sequence was of a stall selling local produce and ends with my favourite image of the day. The rest of the sequence was pretty uninteresting to be honest, but I like the final image of the stall holder, who was a very friendly local farmer and having spoken to him at length I think the image captures his personality well.
This was my first try at 'reportage' style photography and I did learn some valuable lessons about taking photos of people here. Next time I do this I will definitely NOT take my large professional 70-200mmm f/2.8 lens as this really seemed to upset people. A smaller 'travel' lens would have been more subtle even if the image quality isn't as good in theory. I would also engage with the people I am photographing much earlier. Once they knew what I was doing, most people were very friendly and willing to let me take images of them but there was initial hostility and I should have done more to dispel people's fears earlier. With lots going on, wide images tend to look very messy so I felt the more detailed images worked better here. However, the wider images in the sequence give context and tell more of the story so they are still important. A very interesting exercise!