Passing Strangers: Photographer Michael Cirlos Builds a Portrait of Downtown with Humans of San Antonio

MICHAEL CIRLOS FOR HUMANS OF SAN ANTONIO

Think for a moment: When was the last time you stopped what you were doing to talk with a stranger on the street? Did you give them a dollar or maybe a cigarette? Did you humor a rant, or truly lend an ear? For too many of us, strangers on the street — the homeless, the crusty punks, the lost tourists, even the chipper crews with clipboards — are little more than obstacles unworthy of our time, unknowns that might harsh the dull buzz of a familiar reality.

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