‘Crazy’ New York City photographer takes stunning photos of homeless people

“We were there for six months and we saw it happen to people every day.

They would just fall into the street.

They had no place to go, and they would fall into our street and die.”

“The homeless people were living in the streets, they were sleeping on the streets.

The streets were full of them.

It was very shocking to see it happen.”

The photographer says the images show the true faces of people in the most desperate situations, and it also offers hope for the future.

“The people who get to see this are not the homeless people.

I want to help them. “

I want to do something good for these people.

I want to help them.

I don’t want them to die, and I want them alive and well.”

“Crazy” photos of New York’s homeless residents have sparked international attention The photographer, who is currently working on a book about the homeless, said she had seen so many photos of the homeless before she came to Chicago to take them.

“It is such a common occurrence.

There are people sleeping on street corners. “

People are sleeping on our streets, people are sleeping in our parks.

There are people sleeping on street corners.

The city is not taking any responsibility for these things.

They just have the responsibility of providing for them.

We just need to do the right thing and not allow this to happen again.”

The images have sparked worldwide outrage and anger and have been widely shared on social media.

“They [the photographer] have to do it for the people,” said photographer Alex, who declined to give his last name.

“That is what we want to be doing with our images.”

The photos have been published by several media outlets, including the Associated Press, CNN, the New York Daily News and the Chicago Tribune.

The photos were taken between December 2015 and February 2016.

The photographs are part of the “Crisis of Homelessness” initiative of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The initiative is a nationwide effort to combat homelessness and homelessness-related problems and includes a series of images taken by the photographer.

“Craziness is the only way to fight the epidemic of homelessness,” said Michael J. McGovern, director of the Office of Community Homelessness Prevention at HUD.

“These images are very powerful, and show how crazy the situation really is.

We want to make a difference.”