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Please say hello to first-time contributor Nat, a 70-year-old man who has been interested in photography since he was a kid. He has suffered from chronic depression for many years. Usually the loss of a loved one, rejection, or anything that triggers feelings of low self-esteem can lead to a difficult time ahead. Lately, he is rediscovering the joy of the act of photography, and waiting for that moment which tells a special story to the casual observer.
About this photo: “This b&w street scene with kids was taken in the 1960s on the Lower East Side.“