A woman with a blue walking stick stops on the footpath, hand to mouth, as if she’s forgotten something. She wears ankle-baring dark blue slacks and a floral blouse, soft shoes, black-framed glasses, and a black baseball cap over short grey hair. A black bag hangs from her forearm.

She turns, turns back, turns again and walks to the corner. The lights change and off she goes, confident now, not relying on the stick at all but marking each step with a tap.