Wordless Wednesday: No Bed, No Breakfast

By on March 4, 2009 @ 12:00 am

No Bed, No Breakfast

No Bed, No Breakfast

No Bed, No Breakfast

No Bed, No Breakfast

Categories: Observation | Photography

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Observations
The Social Frog March 4, 2009

Wow…

nicktay March 4, 2009

Sad yet a reality in almost every city in the world

Mommy On Top March 4, 2009

Aw. Life is hard, but it’s almost unbearable to many.

Happy WW! Mine is here.

I still can’t believe they can sleep comfortably in that situation. Sad to see but is there anything we can do to reduce these homeless people?

Grampy March 4, 2009

It is a very sad thing to see. I drive a city bus and see a lot of it but still can not get use to it.

Ordinary and Awesome March 4, 2009

Breaks my heart.

Tricia March 4, 2009

It seams a little strange to say this given the subject but your photos are stunning. Unfortunately I think this sight will become more and more common as the economy continues to falter.

Deb March 4, 2009

I am wordless. These photos tell the very sad, very true story of life for too many.

corrine March 4, 2009

awesome shots, of a not so great situation.

4th Frog March 4, 2009

Definitely jolted me out of my fun jaunt through Wordless Wednesday. Thanks for the reminder to say a prayer of thanksgiving for the life I have.

rawdawg March 4, 2009

so sad

Toni @ The Mud Bug March 4, 2009

This is so sad :(

susieshomemade March 4, 2009

Those are so sad. Unfortunately, with the current unemployment rate, this will continue to be part of our cultural fabric.

Two Barking Dogs March 4, 2009

Sad

Amanda B. March 4, 2009

Such powerful photos!! Thanks for sharing.

Always good to remember those without a home to go to. This includes more and more people with the current housing crisis going on.

Stop on by my WW post if you have a moment.

Jacqueline March 4, 2009

Very sobering.

kaye March 4, 2009

really sad pictures and the title makes me feel worse.

my picture is of a bed and breakfast I stayed at once, I feel fortunate to have a bed, and breakfast every single day even when I am a way from home.

Sue March 4, 2009

Oh man, now I am sad. I want to help all the homeless of the world. All the ones who want help, that is. It overwhelms me to think those are my compatriots on the streets there. :-(

Juan March 4, 2009

The City of New York should really hire you to photograph the homeless problem in the city. Have you ever considered doing a documentary? Docu-slideshow?

Shannon March 4, 2009

Wow, what an eye opener and incredibly sad.

Suzi March 4, 2009

Your photos always seem to evoke emotion. Good on ya! They certainly tell a story about things 99% of the population would rather ignore.

Angela Klocke March 4, 2009

A good reminder for when we feel we don’t have everything we “need.”

Courtney March 4, 2009

truly humbling. thank you for sharing these photos with us.

Black on Campus March 4, 2009

Intense, and very troubling. I can only imagine that these scenes will only become more and more familiar.

dej March 4, 2009

sooooon
makes u realize what it is u got especially when folk wanna bitch about trivial shit

love the post title

Shangrila March 5, 2009

Heartbreaking. I had a friend with a social disorder that suddenly left her family and disappeared. Three years later she walked back into our workplace missing most of her teeth and full of stories about living under a bridge. I didn’t know how to help her other than to listen and offer her a job…she disappeared again. So sad…

dos March 6, 2009

powerful images boss, I think of them often especially wind its real real cold

meleah rebeccah March 9, 2009

these make me so sad

NaTuRaL March 14, 2009

very sad indeed. i can’t imagine. if i were ever homeless, i would try to squeeze into a shelter. there’s just no way i could sleep outside/inside if it were cold.

Ricardo March 17, 2009

Scary existence. The ranksof these homeless may soon swell with the economy going the way it is.

Dan-Sean Mankind March 18, 2009

I really find the state of homelessness a major issue in America. It’s really hard to phathom what these people are going through on a day to day basis. Every second that passes is crucial and I really wish that life wasn’t this way for those who endure it.

No matter how much you attempt to help someone in this situation, so many of them have long adapted to it and don’t really know the first step towards changing their living situation.

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