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Chasing The Hatman
It's not a fashion statement and it's not about the hats themselves.. I'm searching for the father I never had and in a twisted way a man in a fedora is the ideal 1950's stereotype of a father figure. I keep coming back to the streets, searching and searching....
Along My Way
These are images Erin made using her iPhone while traveling for work or pleasure. She tends to use her iPhone rather than DSLRs when doing street photography, especially in foreign places, because it allows Erin to feel less encumbered. She also loves that she can shoot, edit and share quickly.