As a street photography enthusiast, I have often noticed a kind of accidental “connection” between people and images on the street (from posters, advertisements, drawings, paintings). Sometimes we can see similar elements, as if people were somehow part of the story told by the images, as if there were an interference between two different dimensions. It can be about a physical resemblance between a man and the characters in the image, about similar mood or gestures, about identical colors. Sometimes, we can observe elements that contrast, opposite moods and attitudes, but which also reveal the same type of inexplicable “connection”. Such unexpected “interferences” between people and images on the street, such inexplicable matches, are for me a subject of street photography and, from my point of view, give an aura of mystery to the street. This makes me think of Mircea Eliade’s fantasy writings, in which, in what we call ordinary life, there are unusual elements that seem to belong to a different order of things.