Someone’s home.

Not having a car has got to be the best thing to ever happen to me. Yeah, I’m extremely limited mobility-wise but I feel as if the past few months have exposed me to a whole new part of town. I have fallen in love with Mesa, and I’m not sure if I could ever leave. Everywhere in Mesa, including the alley way in the picture above, is someone’s home. Local shops are being driven out by city planners or by the next big corporation with deep pockets. We are in the midst of a very transformative time, not only in Mesa but everywhere in America. If we aren’t careful, we could get fucked.




I wasn’t able to meet the home-owner, but I hope they’re doing okay.




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