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In New York's Subway system you can certainly find hundreds of individuals that can tell a story in their faces. Usually one of being late, having and appointment, rushing thru other hundreds of also rushing persons just to find a wagon and luckyly, a seat. But not all is about fast-forward lives. There is a bunch of Newyorkers that make of the Subway station a living, some of them selling candy, some others performing music or acrobatics, and still some others requesting a coin from passangers.

This picture was taken at Grand Concourse Station in the Bronx, about 3am after a very long day of walking up and down New York. My feet were killing me (after I almost killed them) and I was waiting for the train #2 to the Bronx. On the other side of the trails was this beggar, waiting for the train going downtown to ask some pennies to the few passangers at that time. The other guy sits far away and looks at the beggar silently.

I did some PP removing a column between the two men. I believe the column was breaking the visual line of the sitting guy.

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