Artifacts of Migrant Culture

It never ceases to amaze me the amount of “stuff” I’d see when wandering around where migrant workers live.  I guess I am interested in these scenes because it’s not something I’d ever see just wandering around places in North America.

Am loving the expired Velvia too. I might just cross process one roll, maybe with a new project I’m working on.

Random images below:

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random suitcase. Sometimes developers kick squatters out of their properties by disposing of their property.
A sign advertising for scrap wire/broken electronics so people can collect copper for money

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8 thoughts on “Artifacts of Migrant Culture

  1. It´s very interesting, I wish I could read what the sign says but so far I´ve learnt how to say hello, who I´m, where I live and what I do :) and not pictogram because I have to practice them in order I was told … but I´m closer!!!
    Have a nice weekend and work on your project!

    1. Reading Chinese is not very easy. I’ve been picking up bits here and there, but to be honest am not THAT ambitious enough to actually take a class, haha.

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