Inequality of Fishermen by Allen Hammer 2 years ago

Inequality of Fishermen

Traveled to Petoskey Michigan this summer while town was having a salmon run at a local bridge. The townsfolk ,many who were Ojibwe Native-Americans fished at the bridge all day for much of the 2-3 weeks that the fish ran. This shot was candid and caught one young Ojibwe woman as she appeared to be sizing-up her older “out of town” competition.

Street photographs are mirror images of society, displaying "unmanipulated" scenes, with usually unaware subjects.

 

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