Here's my attempt at a Street Photography Day picture from yesterday, August 22nd. It looks much better quite a bit bigger, though. I'm also not sure if it really counts as street photography, since the point of street photography is to react with razor sharpness to life on the fly—life as it unfolds—the passing scene as it passes—and Mary, in this case, poses in perpetuity, for the excellent reason that she's a statue. Statues can be very patient with me, though, and I do like that about them. This is at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
If you'd like to share a shot you took on Street Photography Day, there are two ways you can do it. Either provide a link in a comment (no need for special code, just paste the link itself in), or you can upload a small JPEG directly into the comments using the following code:
However, in that case the image can't be more than 470 pixels wide or it will be cut off.
Let's limit it to one image per comment, maybe as many as two if you have a particular point to make. I think it's only fair that we limit it to pictures taken yesterday (again, unless you're making some other point) since it's harder to get a good shot on a particular day than it is to get a good shot period.
It might be nice if you tell us where in the world the picture was taken, although I'll leave that up to you.
Show us what you did!
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