I’ve been lucky, in the sense that I’ve never had to think about what to photograph. I’ve always known what to photograph- at least for me.  I’ve never had to plan.  Even when I’ve gotten grants, it’s always been for something I’m working on.  I never dream up something to do and then try to do it- I’ve never done that.  I just never have to think about it, what to do with myself in that sense.  All I really do is keep my eyes open.  I learned a long time ago: I trust my instincts.  I don’t ask myself “is that interesting?” If it is, I shoot; if it isn’t, I’m not interested.
—  Garry Winogrand

From:  An Interview With Garry Winogrand    Afterimage/Dec. 1977

San Jacinto Street, Houston, Feb. 6, 2016