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The following twenty images are a random cross-section of hundreds, accumulated during twenty-eight years on the street. The faces of the subjects have been given the “Black Bar” treatment because that is a legal requirement in this ” Land of the Free, and Home of the Brave “, and are an indication of the awe and respect that overwhelms me as I observe the avarice and tenacity with which lawyers are willing to perpetrate the grossest injustices.
The following twenty images are a random cross-section of hundreds of images of miscellaneous Asians. When they first became noticeable in San Francisco, I ignored them completely because they were irrelevant to my documentation of our Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness. However, as us Americans became increasingly rare, I began photographing Asians for target practice, something to do to keep the eye sharp and the wrist limber. So perhaps the most unique aspect of these images is that they were made without any personal viewpoint or motive, they exist only because I had nothing better to do. The subjects faces are not ” Black Barred ” because Asians respect candid photography as a bona fide art form, and perhaps, as a segment of the Human Right to observe……………….