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Photographer Shine Gonzalvez, 45, set out on the streets of London and captured some photographs of the those who were long lost among the hustle-bustle of London. The majority of people among these long lost face were military man who ended up living a rough life after retiring from their services.
Shine always endevours to pays her subjects and makes sure to give them a copy of their photograph so that they can sell it and earn a living.
The photographer has this time brought to us the glimpse of the homeless people of London who have lost their identities among the lavish London lifestyle.
Have a look.
This is the photo of an ex-military man, whose fallen and wrinkled face is the clear evidence of all the troubles that he has gone through in his life.
He is a polish ex-military man, but he has no passport or identic thing to prove himself.
Shine found him in waterloo and he was her first subject. Shine got to know that he hadn't spoken to anyone for days.
Another ex-military man who was long forgotten. Shine found him at Clapham Common
The Clapham Common seems to be the home of these homeless men. He is another man sad blue eyes narrates his sufferings clearly. His bushy eyebrows and beard need some long due trimming.
Shine found him in Camden Town in 2015. She said about this man that he was absolutely scared of seeing a photographer.
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