I just like this evening photo. That darned camera really does get a nice image. It’s evening prayer time. The store to your right is a Lebanese style deli restaurant. The lights are off because you are closed for business until after prayer time. This is roughly 20 to 30 minutes. You hear the speakers blare out prayers and then you time your moves so that you are not left standing around in the heat while the store remains closed. I’ve been there. You stare in while the employees stare out. The Chinese restaurant the other night was pretty lax and let a family in during prayer time. But that’s mostly an exception. As I said everyone is used to waiting. But they are faster than a New York cabbie to honk when the light changes. So beware, people wait, but they don’t like to do it. Go figure.