Yes I totally agree with Walter, excellent!
I really like the first picture, as there is so much to look at and several stories are being told at the same time. I also like how you book ended the shot with the two out of focus people at each side.
I also think you've caught the guy with the glasses (both of them actually) in a guilty moment of ogling, which unfortunately only goes to prove the old adage, that some men really do have one track minds
Why would there be guilt? It's a public place. If the 'artists' aren't abashed... nor the photographer, I see little cause for guilt.
One-track minds. Better one on that track than another sold on the money or political tracks.
Funny thing, most guys I ever talked to were of the one-track sort; only those one suspected of hiding a tragic difference seemed to hold their tongues. We are designed to be fixated - it makes the world go round, empowers women and creats untold business for chemists, photographers, dress designers and seamstresses... It's the fundamental difference bertween male and female: the female accepts or rejects, whereas the male constantly hunts and tries. Or he's pretty much dead already. Current/recent tv shows try to convince us of the predatory female... never met one yet. It's a fantasy, an attempt to amuse the female viewer and drive the poor old male even crazier with reconfirmed hope, lust and ultimate disappointment at the realisartion that the world isn't as showbiz painted it.
There endeth my lesson for the evening.