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Homeless Photograph - Homeless Man by Geoffrey Coelho

Homeless Man is a photograph by Geoffrey Coelho which was uploaded on April 25th, 2014.

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Congratulations on your feature in The Artistic Photographer on Fine Art America!

Outstanding treatment to this piece love it!

This is a very moving and for a quick shot amazing image Geoffrey. I see much of this in Palm Springs where I live. In the summer it reaches 120 degrees. And where this was taken...I can't imagine the cold. These people will be the first to reach the promised land. God Bless them and you for this photo as a reminder to us all of the reality of how some of us are living by choice or circumstances.

Geoffrey Coelho replied:

Great Barrington is a small, and affluent, town. Very artsy class of people, many come up from NYC to their second homes in the summer. This man is a reminder that not everyone is sharing in the prosperity of what is called "America's Premier Cultural Resort".