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I see Donna downtown a lot, and I’ve wanted to take her photo for a while. But when I see her, she is usually talking to herself, so I’ve been hesitant to approach her. I wasn’t sure how she’d react. When I finally asked if I could take her photo, I felt that she knew what I was asking, and gave her consent. I realize that Donna is part of a vulnerable population of people who live on the fringes of our city, but I feel strongly that part of my job as a photographer is to record the people who I encounter, including those who are generally overlooked.
In the Minneapolis Strangers photo essay.
Also by Stephanie Glaros
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