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Susan´s Series: The Homeless in Downtown São Paulo. the situation is getting worse, not better. It is a socio-economic problem that requires a long-term solution. I am taking photographs of the situation in an effort to build awareness. When first presented with this type of situation, the human mind is shocked, often revulsed and disgusted, forever questioning "How can a person reach this animal state of being and live like this?" But worse, when an person is exposed daily to these homeless scenes they begin to turn a blind eye, the brain becomes numb and the homeless become invisible even if you walk right past them on the sidewalk in broad daylight. Awful Homeless People Susan A. Case Sabir Unretouched Photography Despair Downtown São Paulo Homeless Homeless Awareness Homeless People Everywhere Homeless Person Homelessness  Hopelessness Lost Hope No Future No Place To Go No Place To Live Outdoors Real People Socio-economic Disparity Socio-economic Problems Street Photography Urban Photography What Is The Solution?
Susan´s Series: The Homeless in Downtown São Paulo. the situation is getting worse, not better. It is a socio-economic problem that requires a long-term solution. I am taking photographs of the situation in an effort to build awareness. When first presented with this type of situation, the human mind is shocked, often revulsed and disgusted, forever questioning "How can a person reach this animal state of being and live like this?" But worse, when an person is exposed daily to these homeless scenes they begin to turn a blind eye, the brain becomes numb and the homeless become invisible even if you walk right past them on the sidewalk in broad daylight. Awful Homeless People Susan A. Case Sabir Unretouched Photography Despair Downtown São Paulo Homeless Homeless Awareness Homeless People Everywhere Homeless Person Homelessness  Hopelessness Lost Hope No Future No Place To Go No Place To Live Outdoors Real People Socio-economic Disparity Socio-economic Problems Street Photography Urban Photography What Is The Solution?
Susan´s Series: The Homeless in Downtown São Paulo. the situation is getting worse, not better. It is a socio-economic problem that requires a long-term solution. I am taking photographs of the situation in an effort to build awareness. When first presented with this type of situation, the human mind is shocked, often revulsed and disgusted, forever questioning "How can a person reach this animal state of being and live like this?" But worse, when an person is exposed daily to these homeless scenes they begin to turn a blind eye, the brain becomes numb and the homeless become invisible even if you walk right past them on the sidewalk in broad daylight. Awful Homeless People Susan A. Case Sabir Unretouched Photography Despair Downtown São Paulo Homeless Homeless Awareness Homeless People Everywhere Homeless Person Homelessness  Hopelessness Lost Hope No Future No Place To Go No Place To Live Outdoors Real People Socio-economic Disparity Socio-economic Problems Street Photography Urban Photography What Is The Solution?
Susan´s Series: The Homeless in Downtown São Paulo. the situation is getting worse, not better. It is a socio-economic problem that requires a long-term solution. I am taking photographs of the situation in an effort to build awareness. When first presented with this type of situation, the human mind is shocked, often revulsed and disgusted, forever questioning "How can a person reach this animal state of being and live like this?" But worse, when an person is exposed daily to these homeless scenes they begin to turn a blind eye, the brain becomes numb and the homeless become invisible even if you walk right past them on the sidewalk in broad daylight. Awful Homeless People Susan A. Case Sabir Unretouched Photography Despair Downtown São Paulo Homeless Homeless Awareness Homeless People Everywhere Homeless Person Homelessness  Hopelessness Lost Hope No Future No Place To Go No Place To Live Outdoors Real People Socio-economic Disparity Socio-economic Problems Street Photography Urban Photography What Is The Solution?
"The Girl Next Door." In downtown São Paulo this is the wall where the girls hang out to ply their prostitution street trade. The girls are the "invisible" people" in society although their trade is conducted in broad daylight -- hence this photo is taken to reflect her "invisible" role blending in with the surroundings and to leave the viewer wondering if she is making a phone call at the booth or standing against the wall waiting for her next customer. City Life Invisible Prostitute Susan A. Case Sabir The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards Unretouched Photography Broad Daylight Downtown São Paulo Graffiti Graffiti & Streetart Graffiti Art Graffiti Wall Graffitiporn Hidden Faces Invisible People  Multi Colored Prostitution Reality Social Issues Societal Issue Street Photography Street Trade Urban Photography What Is The Solution?
Susan´s Series: The Homeless in Downtown São Paulo. the situation is getting worse, not better. It is a socio-economic problem that requires a long-term solution. I am taking photographs of the situation in an effort to build awareness. When first presented with this type of situation, the human mind is shocked, often revulsed and disgusted, forever questioning "How can a person reach this animal state of being and live like this?" But worse, when an person is exposed daily to these homeless scenes they begin to turn a blind eye, the brain becomes numb and the homeless become invisible even if you walk right past them on the sidewalk in broad daylight. Awful Homeless People Susan A. Case Sabir Unretouched Photography Despair Downtown São Paulo Homeless Homeless Awareness Homeless People Everywhere Homeless Person Homelessness  Hopelessness Lost Hope No Future No Place To Go No Place To Live Outdoors Real People Socio-economic Disparity Socio-economic Problems Street Photography Urban Photography What Is The Solution?
"The Girl Next Door." In downtown São Paulo this is the wall where the girls hang out to ply their prostitution street trade. The girls are the "invisible" people" in society although their trade is conducted in broad daylight -- hence this photo is taken to reflect her "invisible" role blending in with the surroundings and to leave the viewer wondering if she is making a phone call at the booth or standing against the wall waiting for her next customer. City Life Invisible Prostitute Susan A. Case Sabir The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards Unretouched Photography Broad Daylight Downtown São Paulo Graffiti Graffiti & Streetart Graffiti Art Graffiti Wall Graffitiporn Hidden Faces Invisible People  Multi Colored Prostitution Reality Social Issues Societal Issue Street Photography Street Trade Urban Photography What Is The Solution?
Susan´s Series: The Homeless in Downtown São Paulo. The situation is getting worse, not better. It is a socio-economic problem that requires a long-term solution. I am taking photographs of the situation in an effort to build awareness. When first presented with this type of situation, the human mind is shocked, often revulsed and disgusted, forever questioning "How can a person reach this animal state of being and live like this?" But worse, when an person is exposed daily to these homeless scenes they begin to turn a blind eye, the brain becomes numb and the homeless become invisible even if you walk right past them on the sidewalk in broad daylight. In this photo an elderly man (who was sitting on the other side of his cart) has stopped with his dual purpose "human pull-cart" and "makeshift mobile home" to feed his loyal dog. Susan A. Case Sabir The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards Unretouched Photography City Despair Downtown São Paulo Homeless Homeless Awareness Homeless Person Homeless Problem Homelessness  Loyal Dog Loyaldog No Place To Go No Place To Live Social Issues Socio-economic Disparity Socio-economic Problems Street Street Dog Street People Urban Photography What Is The Solution?
Susan´s Series: The Homeless in Downtown São Paulo. The situation is getting worse, not better. It is a socio-economic problem that requires a long-term solution. I am taking photographs of the situation in an effort to build awareness. When first presented with this type of situation, the human mind is shocked, often revulsed and disgusted, forever questioning "How can a person reach this animal state of being and live like this?" But worse, when an person is exposed daily to these homeless scenes they begin to turn a blind eye, the brain becomes numb and the homeless become invisible even if you walk right past them on the sidewalk in broad daylight. In this photo an elderly man (who was sitting on the other side of his cart) has stopped with his dual purpose "human pull-cart" and "makeshift mobile home" to feed his loyal dog. Susan A. Case Sabir The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards Unretouched Photography City Despair Downtown São Paulo Homeless Homeless Awareness Homeless Person Homeless Problem Homelessness  Loyal Dog Loyaldog No Place To Go No Place To Live Social Issues Socio-economic Disparity Socio-economic Problems Street Street Dog Street People Urban Photography What Is The Solution?