There was a time, when once a month or so, I would pass all the healthy salad bars at the Colony Square and head to the very corner, to the "It's A Burger" restaurant, and indulge myself with a juicy burger that had ten times more calories than Paris Hilton's SAT score.
I noticed that a bicycle messenger often locks his bike to a No Parking pole nearby the restaurant and found it ironic. I took a few shots and they were fine, but I wanted to add a bit more zest, a bit more interest.
Finally, one day I had a eureka moment. Each time I was at the "It's A Burger", I saw three ladies, who, apparently, were regulars. "What if I show up earlier and get them into the frame with this bony slim bicycle", I smiled. The next second I got horrified from this very thought: street photography has always terrified me on a psychological level. I just can't bring myself to aim my camera at strangers. Besides, in my mind street photography is associated with a documentary style, in which I have very little interest. Still, I decided to go for it. And here they come...
I must add that shortly after, "It's A Burger" went out of business and was replaced with an upscale Thai restaurant "Tamarind Seed". I haven't seen the queens since then.