In the winter, the population is under 4,000. In the summer, it reaches 60,000. During carnival week, there are 150,000 people in Provincetown, the tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Since 1978, the week-long celebration has brought together people, some dressed in costume head-to-toe and others virtually nude, from all over the world to honor the town’s history as a safe space for the LGBTQIA+ community. These images were made with an on-location portrait booth during the parade on a self-pitched assignment for The Boston Globe.