Robert came up to me at Queen and Church asking to sell him a cigarette. After I gave him one he asked what kind of camera I’m using. I told him it’s a Canon G2. Then he said “Oh yeah, about 800 bucks, right?”
“Yes.” I replied. “Can I take your picture?”
“Sure.” he said.
I took his picture. (See above.)
Then he said that I should have been there earlier that morning because I could have gotten a “great shot” of a guy dying from AIDS. Then Robert told me that he had to buy the dying man some crack because that was the only way he could convince him to go into the hospital.
I never have the nerve to take people pictures. Yours are very nice.
Cool series. You are a brave man taking these pictures. Keep it up.
~xlnt street portrait; great color, crisp focus and detail, an interesting subject with a world of stories in that expression!~
amazing what those lines in his face hide 🙂
great portrait indeed
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