Friday, November 24, 2017

Loose Change

Andy | Friday, November 24, 2017 | Best Blogger Tips
This is his spot and no one else is allowed to use it.

15 comments:

  1. You find them really everywhere Andy. We have to much dropouts. Not good at all.

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  2. An excellent photo. Nice light, play of light and shadow and people original

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    1. After discovering your photo blog a few weeks ago I am sorry that it has switched over to a private blog.

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  3. Reminds me of a homeless person here this past week who gave up his last $20 to help a couple who had run out of gas in their car.

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  4. Life on Toronto's streets! You do these so well. it looks like you had a warm spell or this was from a while back. Hoping it was a warm spell!

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    1. The photo was taken in the middle of September when we were treat to Indian Summer weather.

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  5. When I worked in Chicago, there were a lot of spots like this. The same person was there every single day. It was like going to work for them.

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  6. Andy, this is a very strong photograph!

    I finished reading book about street photographer Diane Arbus and thought about your pictures of people
    who ended up homeless on the streets. I have never done this because it takes a courage to do it and you have it and so did Diane Arbus.

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  7. This generates such mixed feelings. Does he have problems that prevent him from working? And, couldn't he find work somewhere?

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  8. I find it difficult to watch these people begging...

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  9. Sus fotografĂ­as callejeras sobre los «homeless» ponen de manifiesto un autĂ©ntico problema social.
    Un saludo,

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  10. Even though I take a lot of portrait photos, I rarely photograph homeless people and beggars. Can't say exactly why.

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