Albert is on the left; and Harold has the pipe. They are in a courtyard, and all the people are walking away. They are checking each other out. Albert is checking to see whose feet those are. He has taken out the garbage. Albert is polishing Harold’s shoes. Harold must be going home, so he would like to have shiny shoes. People shine their shoes on Sundays too. He could be going out for breakfast. Harold must have stinky feet, so everybody is walking away. Everybody is going home. But there is a stage where there will be women dancing. They might be going to watch.
It is a cobblestone street, with a beautiful pattern. It must be in Liverpool. They don’t build buildings like that anymore.