I'm consistently intrigued by the unique features of still photography. As media moves faster and faster, and motion video and 3D become more ubiquitous, it strikes me that still photography will always be here. Nothing "freezes" life the way photography does. And because life never actually freezes, ever, each photo produces a very unique commentary both on what was happening, and what could have been happening. It is a folding over of truth and possibility like we don't see in many other endeavors, save perhaps the traditional visual arts, and perhaps, in our remembered perceptions, the latter then, perhaps one reason why photography has the power to feel so intimate, even when the subject matter is nothing we've seen before.
This shot is at the East end of Davie St., mid week during the Vancouver 2010 games. Just a crowd walk'n. Cross processed Fuji slide film, pushed a stop (I think).