Unmediated candid photography can be made in any setting, not just an urban context. Any public space will do. Here, I found the candid moment in the unearthly badlands of Zabriskie Point in Death Valley.
Can anyone explain the meaning behind the position held by these people for their memento photograph?
After holding still for a photograph, with one leg behind them as if gliding on ice skates, the tourists turned around and continued walking the ridge of a steep slope. The earth beneath them was very firm; as if they were walking on a mountain of conglomerate cement.