I am rushing along a featureless fast road rising high above the London orbital, my mind muddled by a million different mundanities.
I am half-running, half-walking, needing to be somewhere else, blindly ignoring the faceless cars swiping too close and too fast.
Then I look over my left shoulder, primed by I don’t know what. Suddenly struck by this sunset in an urban setting, I slow, then turn and stop. I reach for my camera and smile. Unexpectedly wonderful.
Time to let the sun go down, and move on.