An advertising agency got in touch looking for 'real world' stock photographs. They needed to be unpublished, have model releases and illustrate certain subjects like expensive hobbies and business investment. I already had some, but not others so went out snapping to the City of London and Brighton (boats and beaches were also on the list). I don't enjoy asking members of the public to sign a release after I've snatched a photograph of them. Why should they? It wouldn't make financial sense for me to pay them a fee unless their picture was published and people almost always think it's some kind of scam anyway. I also think it's possible to do this kind of work without identifying individuals.
Some of these were sent to the agency while others are off-brief but worth recording, like the seagull about to land on one of St Mary Somerset's pinnacles on Upper Thames Street.