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art city living

Tapped Out

“Have you ever had the feeling that there wasn’t a soul left on the planet that remembered your name or face or the sound of your laugh?”

¬†From “House of Coates” A book by Brad Zellar

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Boston people camera city living

Looks Can Be Decieving

I took this close up photograph of a guy outside of Boston’s main public library. A minute before this he was passed out on the sidewalk. For a brief moment he opened his eyes, which was when I managed to get this shot. He painfully got to his feet. Stumbled into the library entrance and promptly passed out again on a soft stool near the front window.

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art city living photography

Depression

It’s all in the hands and eyes.

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my opinion photography

The Boy In The Window

To my mind this image is a lucky joining of personal emotion with an interesting background. This young man was sitting quietly on a bench outside of a local real estate agent. His downtrodden face seemed jarringly at odds with the pictures inside. I liked that dissonance.

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art my opinion photography

Overwhelmed

We all have days like this occasionly. Lately, however, in the US it seems we’re having them more often.

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Boston people city living photography

The Holidays Are Over

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art Boston people camera

Alone With His Thoughts

Christmas is a sad season for many. I rode up in an elevator with this man at the Park Street subway station and he just looked lost in sad thoughts.

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Boston people camera photography Uncategorized

Watching The Veteran’s Day Parade

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For some the memories are painful.

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art photography

Coffee With Friends

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Misty memory in a quiet place.

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art city living

Exit

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Being lonely hurts.