One of the things I adore about photography is that two people standing side by side will see, and photograph, entirely different things. That's how it's supposed to work, anyway, unless the two people are trying to copy the exact same photographic master. One of my teachers used to talk about "the kind of photographer who's looking for Ansel's tripod marks". It won't be a surprise to anyone that I don't find that kind of photography interesting. However, when two people do have a completely different response to the same scene, I find that absolutely delightful.
In this case, David and I were wandering around one morning, mostly talking, and found the alley above. We both took several photos but it wasn't until later that we discovered we had taken a photograph at virtually the same moment. The result, however, could hardly have been more different. You can see his version below.