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The iconography of carts and homelessness is overused, I think. A boring cliche.

Still, playing around with the Gnu Image Manipulation Program, I've here combined two photographs, a juxtaposition of Nob Hill mansions and a cart I once spotted on Market Street by Gough.

Carts are costly and obviously lost ones end up costing us more when we buy food at the grocery... still it seems rather cruel to me (and poor common sense) that someone invented invisible breaks because grocery chains are incapable of keeping up with their carts. We are all overworked and stretched thin, aren't we?

What is the cost to society and individuals-- when human beings are homeless and depend on borrowed or stolen carts to trundle around their often pathetic, sometimes beloved and irreplaceable possessions?

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current20:12, June 13, 2010Thumbnail for version as of 20:12, June 13, 2010891 × 548 (912 KB)Renamed Account (Talk | contribs)The iconography of carts and homelessness is overused, I think. A boring cliche. Still, playing around with the Gnu Image Manipulation Program, I've here combined two photographs, a juxtaposition of Nob Hill mansions and a cart I once spotted on Market

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