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This book evolved out of a class assignment in a photography workshop that Blodgett took with Andrew Eccles, a nationally prominent photographer. Blodgett has been taking pictures since the age of ten, and while making a living in corporate America, he pursued his passion for photography on weekends and in workshops. Eccles has continued to advise Blodgett in his art and has witnessed his evolution into "a remarkable photographer." This book of 140 black-and-white photographs is the culmination of a year's picture taking across America of the homeless, a group of society that many of us do not choose to see or interact with. In these photographs, we see the faces of men, women, and children who are the homeless; the overused axiom of one picture equals a thousand words has never been a more accurate statement. These photographs capture the people and the stories behind the faces. A powerful and impactful book; recommended for all libraries.
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