For my final photography class, my assignment this week was to shoot a portrait. Most people, I suppose, interpret portrait as a full frame face shot. But, my take on it leans more toward photojournalism and showing someone in their element. When I saw this guy, Harry Brown, riding his bicycle down Orange Avenue, I was driving to an appointment and didn't have much time to spare. So, I kept going. But, gosh, he was so captivating with his old bike, basket, flashlight, spectacles, toothpick and cowboy hat. I glanced in the rearview mirror and saw he was still heading in my direction. So, I pulled over and hopped out, camera in hand, just as he cruised up. He was happy to spend a few minutes posing for me. I learned he lives in North Sarasota, served in the Army during Vietnam and has a passion to start his own church. God bless you, Harry.