A portrait for change

This street person approached me for change and I traded her a photo for a couple of bucks. Win win, right? I didn’t expect her to pose but she did and a moment after this shot broke out laughing hysterically. But this shot was just what I was hoping for. The shot was taken on Spadina Ave, near Kensington Market. Hope you like it.

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6 Responses to A portrait for change

  1. Francis says:

    Great picture, this is what street photograph is about I think.

  2. milkayphoto says:

    Fantastic! She is saying, ‘yeah, I’m homeless, but I SO got it goin’ on!” This woman has more style in her little finger than I possess in my entire being. She rocks!

  3. aswirly says:

    She posed! Oh that is just perfect!

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