Well, I guess I am first again as usual. It's 5:30 in the morning, but it's the only time I have to try this today, so who knows what I'll get.
This picture is very intriguing, since I don't often think of black men wearing safari hats and castles in the same sentence, lol. Not their thing to wear chain mail and kilts and play bagpipes, ya know.
So, I am thinking this is some place where cultures came together like the Caribbean islands. Then I considered the source and I think maybe it is the tropical north of Australia and he is of Aboriginal descent.
Plantation owner? Bananas or sugar cane or pineapple. I taste something sweet. One of the first to help his people get a leg up, organize, and beat the white oppressors at their own game.
I think maybe as he became more powerful aka richer, he went into politics. Maybe the first Aboriginal elected to some office.
He seems very calm and confident like he has been through much and not much fazes him anymore.
I see a family, but some are illegitimate, almost like he has two families. They all live together and run things. He does not trust non-family much.
Now I think this could all be wrong. Something about that castle just doesn't fit down under with me. I feel maybe it is an old fort, built by the British long ago and now used as a public building, rather than his home.
Have to get some sleep before the sun comes up. I hope some of this makes sense, or at least provides a good laugh.
Thanks for a very intriguing subject.....I can't wait to find out what he is all about.