This photo was taken at the Alberta Street Fair in Portland, Oregon. I love photographing at this event because it's a great example of the city expressing itself. Lots of bold colors, strange artwork, and interesting people. It couldn't be a more perfect place for a roll of Portra and a rangefinder camera.
I selected this photo because it captures much of the absurdity that I love about street photography, juxtaposing elements that make no sense frozen in time. This photo is a hall of mirrors, images reflected in the glass, paintings in the window, and the man on the right ducking out of the frame.
This photo also demonstrates why I love shooting 35mm so much. It's the perfect focal length to capture subjects in context, allowing for interesting, and in this case, absurd framing.