Although this shot is not visually striking, its content and context is important.
Jane is discussing with her solicitor a form sent by the Gender Recognition Panel. Just recently this body has been processing applications from transsexuals to allow them to alter the gender on their birth certificate.
This is a legal landmark and represents the first stages of transsexuals becoming truly recognised legally and enjoying the rights that they have been fighting for in recent decades.
In this image Jane is signing the form to complete her application.
Although this is not as visually effective as my previous shots, I feel it has a particular social relevance and of course a personal relevance for Jane (and Debbie) - as they have finally reached a stage whereby they can hopefully be better accepted by society and enjoy the rights most citizens take for granted.
Canon EOS 20D
10-22mm EF Lens
Sto-Fen Omni Bounce