Cars driving, people talking, traffic lights.
A dog on the sidewalk, kids playing, the sound of a bouncing tennis ball.
Coffee takeaway, a bicycle passing, the smell of cooking food.
A door that opens, a huge shopping mall covering the entire sight, umbrellas in the hands of walking people.
High heels, sport shoes, balloons and music.
Jogging, the smell of fresh bread, grown ups riding kick boards.
A honking horn, concrete, falling rain.
Lush green leafs, water, boats.
Cellphones, buses, birds.
Commercial, toilets, plastic bags.
Smells, noises, views, sensations and tastes.
Big and small, high and low, loud and quiet. Dark and light, new and old.
Friends, family, love, fear, workdays, parties.
Religion, morning walks, babies learning to talk.
Schools, maps, songs, tears, laughter, discussions, negotiations, movies, pictures, lyrics, paint, windows, walls, buildings, parks, streets, joy, depression, anger, holidays, practice and perfection.
There’s always something going on in a city.