20 from '10' #1 Paul Russell, UK.
"It seems to me that the English don't have a social life on the street in the way people do in mainland Europe. They're usually on their way to work or rushing to the next shop. In some cultures, the street is a destination in itself, a place to stand around and meet people. In England people are usually hurrying somewhere else. They rarely let their guard down when they're on the street, so it's all the more interesting when they do"
Extract taken from '10' 10 years of in-public featuring 200 images from the in-public collective.