This is very typical of Wes, and something interesting about him. When [Wes, Owen, and Luke] were making Bottle Rocket, or even before they started making it — I remember one time he was sitting in our dining room, and it was maybe ten-thirty in the morning. He was sitting exactly the way he is here, in a chair with his head down. And I said, "Oh hi, Wes, what are you doing?" He said, "Oh, I'm thinking." And I just kind of shrugged and went on with my morning. But I remember coming back through at two-thirty in the afternoon, and he was still exactly in the same position and exactly like this. I said, "Oh gosh, Wes, what are you doing?" and he says, "I’m thinking." It was great because so few people stop in this way, in silence and concentration. That’s necessary for creativity. So, when I took this picture, when I saw him on the set, it went directly back to that — to however many years before, six or eight years, when he was younger.