I didn't shoot a photo for my behind-the-scenes shot here, but I've got a few things to say about it. The street photography genre is definitely an area of photography I am weak in. This is probably due to a couple of factors relating to my aptitude for social atmospheres and interaction. So when I set out to shoot a "street" photo I did it with little enthusiasm and even less of an idea what to do.
I wound up heading to downtown Sacramento, CA for this shot, drove around to find a backdrop that was halfway decent, and stood across the street waiting for my subjects to wander into the frame. I'm not especially happy about my results; I figure a street photo should tell a story, and this one really invokes more questions than answers, but at least it gets you thinking about the subjects and their lives and I feel that much is a success for me anyway.
See the result here: https://www.morffed.com/2018/Photo-A-Month-Challenge/i-8CHjQ7d
From Photo-A-Month Behind The Scenes