From here forward, I will no longer enter the exact time and date of when images were captured. I don't think this is important to the viewer unless one was publishing a photo essay like that of the Day In The Life series. It's also time-consuming. I want to focus on selecting images and writing the corresponding narratives.
Taken in L.A. near Union Station, this young man grabbed my attention with his smile, style, and the way he was perfectly posed and not by me. His body and guitar case form a cross. His dreadlocks match the rosemary plant behind him. He is a story - that of a street musician, walking miles to various downtown L.A. street venues, working for tips. He enjoys what he does. I assume his music is as joyful as he is. The wonderful thing about street photography is the wonderful and interesting people you meet. The encounters are brief but memorable.
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