Contrasts of the Street: The sun shines on a woman listening to her smartphone while, a few feet away in the shadows, a homeless man digs in a garbage can for food.
Contrasts of the Street: The sun shines on a woman listening to her smartphone while, a few feet away in the shadows, a homeless man digs in a garbage can for food.
A study in shadow and light
A study in shadow and light
Senpai - Kohai:  An older man shows the way to a younger man
Senpai - Kohai: An older man shows the way to a younger man
John: "I'm not homeless. I live on the street because I want to, not because I have to."
John: "I'm not homeless. I live on the street because I want to, not because I have to."
A kindle and a cigar on a Saturday morning
A kindle and a cigar on a Saturday morning
Street musician Scott Furlong
Street musician Scott Furlong
"I've seen enough to know I've seen too much"
"I've seen enough to know I've seen too much"
Watching me - watching you
Watching me - watching you
Street vendor
Street vendor
French woman at sidewalk cafe
French woman at sidewalk cafe
Just walk away, Renee
Just walk away, Renee
The woman on the left reminded me of the actress Linda Hunt
The woman on the left reminded me of the actress Linda Hunt
My favorite street vendor
My favorite street vendor
On the waterfront
On the waterfront
And the smoke, it encircled his head like a wreath.
And the smoke, it encircled his head like a wreath.
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