It's good practice in a lot of ways, like being more confident in drawing in public,
managing the short time there is to capture the shapes, actions, lighting, and what not.
So here it is:
I'm especially amused at the time I drew the guy with a beard and glasses on the top right.
He caught me staring at him. So I tried to be more discreet but my cousin suddenly
asked me, "ARE YOU DRAWING SOMEONE?!" Take note he was the only
stranger around at that time.