I would look, just like everybody else observing on the beach. I’d see an interesting woman in her beach chair, laid out, burnt to death, practically. Then I would ponder how I would approach it: from the left, from the right, from the back, from the front and then by the time I reached them I had a pretty good idea of how I wanted to see that grouping. I would walk by with my camera on my side. I never put the camera up to my eyes. They never saw me taking their picture, but by that time I knew I already had the picture in my field and I just continued walking on.