Kevin's wife, Sally, grabs the opportunity to photograph the unexpected holiday friends they come into contact with.
"I love taking pictures on holiday. Pictures remind me of so many things, with spectacular views, the local history and culture, the people, and the food. Whether it's the changing of the Greek Guard, or Buddhist Temples, for me pictures recall memories of happy times, relaxation and enjoyment; something to treasure and look back at, something to make you smile.
My wife, well, she sees things a little different to me. She loves the holidays, but she's got a slightly different perspective. For instance, in Zakynthos, I loved the picture of the shipwreck on the beach - total relaxation. My wife, on the other hand, was busy saving the local kittens, which, of course, she wanted to bring home.
During a visit to another Greek Island, we went on a little walk, which was always about to finish around the next bend. I saw some spectacular sea views, but my wife, she just managed to find the only dogs' home on the island.
In Crete, we visited a beautiful place, with the most serene atmosphere. Whilst, yes - you've guessed it - she managed to take great photos of the local menagerie. We also almost ended up with an adorable mutt who followed us for days. I even missed him when we left.
It's usually cats and dogs, but very occasionally it gets more interesting. With sheep and goats. But odd times, it can get really strange, bizarre, and even ugly. I suppose it makes the holiday a little more interesting. And of course, you never really forget anything when you've got a picture to remind you. So let me introduce you to some holiday friends."