Tommy

by AJ Lee
Uploaded 6 Jul 2010 — 15 favorites
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UploadedJuly 6, 2010
TakenJune 9, 2010
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D3
Exposure1/125 sec at f/2.8
FlashCompulsory Flash, Return light detected
Focal Length110 mm
ISO640
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His name is Tommy Everett. A couple days ago I never even knew his name, let alone seen him before. But walking around downtown Baltimore, Md., I came upon this shelter and church for drug addicts, alcoholics, as well as homeless, and I got this opportunity to talk to him. He talked about his previous life and what he does now. He is the manager and director for the mission "America's Rescue Workers", which along time ago it was a branch off the Salvation Army. The thing is, Tommy used to be a member of this mission. He went through a tough life of drugs, alcohol and being homeless until he found this place and found God. Now he's been working here for 8 years. If you ever get the chance to talk to him, you'll find out he is the kindest guy, and very helpful. He wants to help direct people to follow God's path. He will simply put everything aside to talk to you, he won't force religion on anyone, but if they're willing to listen he'll preach to you. All he want is to help others recover after hitting rock bottom like he once did.

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