American Couple, Olive Alley (Or How Photographs Alter Perceptions)
I was going through some images from two weeks ago. This is a photograph of a "homeless" couple in Olive Alley in the Tenderloin of San Francisco. I was quietly pleased. The man and woman pictured are two very well adjusted and seemingly happy people. No more or less so than several hundred other people in the bars and restaurants around the corner. I didn't expect that.
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