your photo is worth a thousand words :)
They say all photos tell a story. This one tells a full-length novel. What a powerful image.
Perfect for this theme. It's frame worthy. Keep this up and you can have your own showing. :)
Great photo, Daryl. Right to the meat of it.
This one really makes you stop and think. You could do a great photo book with your talent, Daryl.Tell the New York story.
a stunner (as usual)!!!!
truth stinks... at times... awesome photo.
I like that this is a people and not a critter. Though a critter with its people would have been touching in this situation.You see The Soloist yet?
Jeane said it all. I was thinking about the homeless I see every morning walking into work.....more today than I usually do.....Covered with a box. Sleeping in a doorway.
Une très bonne idée, belle et dure photo.
I remember the old "Chock Full" commercial; "Better coffee a millionaire's money can't buy." I look at this photo and that just jumps into my head. Wonderful! Sobering! Tragic!
a powerful image for theme day. very good composition and so thought provoking
this gives me chillsamazing photo journalism Daryl
Too many homeless in the world. This is a moving post and beautiful photo. I love that the sign wishes us Happy Holidays, that would make me give him something immediately! So powerful this.
You nailed it sistah. There are too many people on our streets. Your photograph is exceptional.V
Oh this one breaks my heart...so sad, great photography....
Very powerful photo.
I agree with Robin that this photo speaks a novel. So sad that we in America have so many homeless.
I like that his money can is Chock full of Nuts. Don't get me started!
Good reminder of how many people need help in our country. Thanks for sharing.
Awesome image. Simply awesome. some pictures are worth 1000 words, but this one is priceless.I didn't realize you were in the CDP crowd!
Wow. This picture really does tell the story better than words...
The image in monochrome is powerful and perfect. I wonder if WAITING is bothersome for him? I think WAITING for food and shelter must take a toll on one's personality...I wonder what the story behind this person is?
A sad, but true, take on the "waiting" theme. And a very nice photograph.Three Rivers Daily Photo
Waiting and waiting and waiting ...with no end in sight. Poignant and provocative, Daryl!
I wish I could reach into the photo and drop a buck in the can. I'll come upon enough opportunities in my own city, of course. More's the shame.Nice photo, though. Gritty. Real. I can feel the cold.
That is one of your best and THE best photos I have seen in a long while.Says so many things. So many.
Oh my.. I think this is my favourite photos of yours. It gave me goosebumps.
That is one powerful photo.
Sad isn't it?
a great photo, especially for this time of year. It makes one count their blessings!
I teach my Little T there are so many others less fortunate than us. I am proud to say we are a family of givers. This photo is one that the whole world needs to see. Great job again Daryl!<><
Wish there was no need for this.
That photo speaks volumes. I give to the Salvation Army because they are wise and know who to help the most.
Gave me chills, Daryl. It's a fantastic photo...heart-wrenching but fantastic.
Last year we decided to forego all the Christmas lunacy and gave a $1,500 donation to the Jacksonville City Rescue Mission. In lieu of gifts to ourselves we asked our family to make donations to the Mission in our names. We also volunteer to serve holiday meals at the Mission. There is no more fulfilling feeling in the world than to put your focus (and dollars) on others. We plan to continue the tradition and hope other family members will follow our lead.Fabulous photo. Touching and disturbing.Congratulations on your POTW mention over at Hilary's.
wow. great shot! i have a huge heart for the homeless and that captures their life so well...
Hi...I visiting via Hilary at the Smitten Image.Great photography, but a sad image.Reality must be recorded.
Hello, I'm here via Hilary's blog also. What an emotionally evocative picture. Isn't it amazing? Our lives, the ones we are living right now, sound as fantastical as a fairy tale to those that are Homeless. It's very sobering to realize, as that picture just made me realize, every single day of my life, I am living someones wildest dream.
Great shot! Unfortunate this is the state of things today.Congrats on POTWMaggieThis Life Thru the Lens
Oh yeah. Every picture tells a story, baybee.
Beggars. They're everywhere!
Sorry, I meant to add 'sad isn't it?' but I was in such a hurry and had to collect my kid from school. I also meant to add congrats on the POTW mention, but I forgot that too.
And now here I am to congratulate YOU! This is wonderful: perfect and poignant, so well deserving of Hilary's honor. I agree, it should be framed--even postered!
I would have to take this person, he or she, to a good restaurant and provide a meal. Then perhaps a room for a couple of days...a new outfit...one person to one person...its not always children in need at Christmas...great shotSandipscongrats on POTW from Hilary
I hope it's warmer where he is waiting than it is here.
This shot is remarkable Daryl!!It makes everyone to stop and think and if that NOT the case - I feel really sorry for those guys.Brilliant Daryl!
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