[T]his series is Winogrand’s most controversial series, which features candid shots of women in New York city. Amidst the women’s revolution, Winogrand’s images depict the politically charged backdrop of the women’s movement. These pictures are unrehearsed and show a spectrum of reactions from anger and confusion of being recorded by a stranger to casual humorous responses. In this image, there are multiple stories depending on the viewer’s perspective. This could be an innocent picture of woman riding her bicycle. Reinterpreting this from the “male gaze”, Winogrand’s vantage point was voyeuristic. It’s unclear what Winogrand’s intention is from this photograph, but it’s up to the viewer to decide; does this image make the viewer admire this woman, or does it give them an eerie sense of overstepping boundaries?