So sometimes it isn't the lighting or the composition or the youth and prettiness of the subject. Above is a picture of the parents of Oisin Byrne sharing a joke at the opening of his exhibition at the Cecilia Brunson Projects in Bermondsey, London. His pictures grace the walls behind them, and the walls are covered in his designs. This is one of my favourite pictures from 2016 so far. And yes, his parents were as lovely as they look and their character explains, I'd imagine, the beauty of their son.
What was playing? I can't remember now I'm sorry to say but it could have been Foreigner's I Want to Know [wannaknow] What Love Is, or possibly Europe's Final Countdown, or maybe Guns n Roses November Rain. Anyway, whatever it was, it was massive fun.
UPDATE: Perhaps what's being communicated here is that "Johnny used to work on the docks..."