074"I was on holiday in Spain at the time when George Bush was re-elected. Such was the gravity of the election I found I actually couldn’t sleep for thinking about it.
"So, I went down to a television room to watch coverage of the states as they rolled in, surrounded by largely hotel staff. It was at that point when a man across the room shouted 'never trust a Christian cowboy' at me with a southern European accent of some form.
"It stuck with me as firstly, it was a real reflection of the international mood of the moment, and also because someone who appeared to barely speak English could summarise the situation far better than I could in my mother tongue."
Taken at the Sentinel newspaper in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK.