Saturday, March 20, 2010

Steven On Broadway

Yes, that's a homemade cane.

12 comments:

William Michaelian said...

Aye, helmsman...

Virginia said...

Whew!...........
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altadenahiker said...

Is it just me, or do you also see the little boy he once was.

Petrea said...

It's not just you, Hiker. He looks young, just ragged.

Nice framing, K.

Owen said...

But what does Steven do in life ? He looks like he stepped out of Into the Wild...

-K- said...

Steven is totally blind. We talked briefly but then his bus arrived. Now I wish I got on with him so we could have talked some more.

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Luis Gomez said...

What a superb portrait! It hurts.

Virginia said...

On day you'll get on that bus, K. It's something only you might do. Go on .

Tash said...

Glad you took this, glad you talked to Steven. Guess there are no lights of Broadway for him, but I bet he liked someone reaching out.

RE Admiral Risty's - that's the place. My dad liked going there even before my future PV connection. The odd, but interesting roof and side is being replaced by the pale shade of boring to match the rest of the shopping area. That Starbucks is a great one for a million dollar view for $1.65.

Birdman said...

Nice portrait of the man.

Ken Mac said...

blind john the baptist