Eu gostaria de compartilhar com vocês um blog muito interessante, o "Humans of New York", que encontrei via "O Estado de S. Paulo", jornal que leio diariamente. Cada post publica uma foto clicada pelo autor Brandon Stanton, que começou a fotografar os nova-iorquinos no verão de 2010. Brandon clicou cerca de 5.000 fotos e escreveu 50 reportagens. Para conhecer o trabalho de Brandon, favor clicar Aqui.
“We depend on each other more than we used to.” (Monday 21 July 2014)
“She helps me with my math homework. When I run out of fingers to count on, she lets me use her fingers too.” (Thursday 1 January 2015)
"By nature I am a facilitator. I’m always trying to explain away things, or cover them up. I thought I was just being compassionate and understanding. But my son says, ‘Mom, you are a facilitator.’ I guess it’s a new concept." (Monday 26 May 2014)
"We’re going to Grandma and Grandpa’s house."
"What do you do at Grandma and Grandpa’s house?"
"Anything I want." (Saturday 7 March 2015)
"He’s always supported a sense of independence in me."
"How has he done that?"
"By letting me do what I damn well please." (Monday 2 June 2014)
"With how far the younger generation has gotten off track, there’s a lot of grandparents like me that sit around and worry about their grandbabies and great grandbabies." (Thursday 17 April 2014)
"I wasn’t lucky enough to have ever found what I wanted to do. Don’t get me wrong— I did nicely. But I never found my passion" (Saturday 19 April 2014)
“She gets me out of the house.” (Thursday 31 July 2014)
"I’m happier than a pig in shit." (Friday 11 April 2014)
"He’s one day old. I still can’t believe that he’s real and that he came out of me." (Tuesday 11 November 2014)
“Some aches and pains, but I’m enjoying being eighty. It’s not nearly as bad as I thought it was going to be. I underestimated the pleasures of an unstructured life.” (Wednesday 30 July 2014)
"Her name is Butch." (Monday 22 December 2014)
"This is my neighbor. She only speaks Mandarin, so we’ve never had a conversation. But she’s brought me a handful of candy every day for 20 years." (Saturday 25 October 2014)
“I’ve played at nightclubs and concerts all across the Caribbean. I’m only doing this job for survival. I came to America to be famous" (Tuesday 3 March 2015)