My kind of Street

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    You must decide.

    Does it:

    Include people interacting, although people are not always necessary
    in a "street" photograph?

    Is it situated in a public environment?

    Does it reflect spontaneity?

    Was it captured by a photographer who, based on observation,
    captured what was in the viewfinder?

    Was the scene unplanned by the photographer?

    It was taken at a organized event, but does it appear to capture a
    spontaneous and unrelated street scene?

    Not stated in the London Festival of Photography commentary on
    "street", but does the viewer find interest in the scene? This, to
    me, is one of the most important requirements if not *the* most
    important.
     
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