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Photo Essay

Journalism on Wheels: A Face for the Crowd

If not for its people, there is no city.

The faces that fill ours often pass us by without us thinking much of it.  Yet, we share sidewalks, shopping carts and time stuck waiting before glaring, red streetlights.

We go to bed each night under the same star and wake each day to the same sun warming our backs.

As the BJD rolls through the city, kicking along on our longboards, we wish to offer you a slice of life in the day of your fellow citizen.

May you wonder for their names.

Welcome to Journalism on Wheels,

A journalistic drive-by of sorts.



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About rayaguirre3

I grew up in San Elizario, a few miles outside of El Paso, Texas. My affair with photography started with the disposable cameras I'd carry everywhere. As the years went by and the cameras got bigger, I became known as the guy with the lens in people's faces. Photography is known to be the art of capturing the moment. I love to be the one who seeks that moment out. Much like life and love, photography is based on perspective. My aim is to provide a new one.


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