A sad but increasingly common scene these days.
I saw the broken coconut (noix de coco in French) near the man's feet and a French proverb came to mind, "Qui a des noix en casse, qui n'en a pas s'en passe." I don't remember where I learned it, and I'm not sure I know what it means. If you know what it means in English or French, please share in the comments.
Have a great weekend and a Happy Thanksgiving!
Now you can link reflections and/or street photography.
Please no posed pictures, portraits, animals, etc. unless of course there is a reflection.
Click here for street photography examples and inspiration.
"Street photography, a genre of photography that records everyday life in a public place. The very publicness of the setting enables the photographer to take candid pictures of strangers, often without their knowledge."