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Op-Ed: Photo Essay — People at work
People at work have always fascinated me. Hands occupied by something they work with and the artists with their magical objects they make music with. Their eyesight almost always off from the camera's lens.
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Workers of BC Hydro, Delta, BC.
A tourist guide from Mexico City, Mexico.
A Chinese farm worker at Mandeville Farm, Burnaby, BC.
Chiseling demo, Scandinavian Midsummer Festival, Burnaby, BC.
Farm girls getting ready the horseshoes, Cloverdale Rodeo, Cloverdale, BC, Canada.
Who's at work here? - a vendor of his art in a street scene from Mexico City, Mexico.
Karl Hergt from Tempo Trend Music Ltd., Victoria, BC during the European Festival, Burnaby, BC.
Street vendors of folk art in historic Pelourino, Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.
My "pink man" shot, a cleaner at BCIT, Burnaby, BC. The picture was published in PhotoEd magazine some time ago.
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