We met this lovely young woman gliding around the Farmer’s Market today. She stood out in that bright and alluring dress. When I asked her to pose for our Blogfinger series on the Market, I departed from my usual candid style because she was so beautiful with a brilliant smile to match her friendly demeanor, and I wanted the photo to be successful without someone getting in the way. But it had to be in a setting that revealed her amongst the Market denizens. She said that she was from Chicago and she would be delighted to be in the photo.
Over her shoulder I spotted the Chicago hot dog king. She readily agreed to pose, and I gave her a Blogfinger card. We headed over to hotdog heaven. Once there, she immediately set about reminiscing about Chicago with George on his shirt who had the best Polish dogs in town. I asked them to turn around, and two clicks later, we were done. I don’t ask names for my Market series, because the story is in the photos.
For the music, I thought that this song, written by George Harrison, which I just discovered, called “For You Blue” caught the mood of our mystery model. The Beatles released it in 1970, but this recording is by George Harrison’s only child Dhani Harrison.