This question was posted recently on the photography forum on Reddit.com, the great social media site.
For me, it will always be this one:
The year was somewhere around 1980. I as a young college student in new York City, with a Canon AE-1 around my neck. Heaven knows what film I was using - likely the cheapest I could lay my hands on.
A hot summer's day and I saw these two waiting in the shade of a shop canopy for their bus. The expression on the girl's face is fierce, as though she is ready and willing to protect the woman whom I assume is her grandmother. Their body language speaks of pure love and loyalty between them. Maybe they are the only people to one another.
Although the age difference is off, I always imagine these two as St. Anne with her daughter, the Blessed Virgin Mary. I pray for them.
Street photography was my first love and there is no greater happiness for me than to walk without a plan in a busy city, with my camera.