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This is the conclusion of a series on the backstreets and alley ways of my neighborhood. All the photos were taken on Tuesday, May 28, 2013. In our culture, it is believed that the soul of a living being is found in its blood. So the name of the series refers to the human beings that live and work behind the stone walls, and the stone buildings of our city. As I walk through the streets, I am always aware of the people behind the stone. If you wish to see all of the series, you can click on this link:
https://thehumanpicture.wordpress.com/tag/blood-behind-stones/

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[this is a series of the backstreets and alley ways of my neighborhood. All the photos were taken on Tuesday, May 28, 2013]

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this charity box found by the side of a street
is dedicated to charity for the sick and poor

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[this is a series of the backstreets and alley ways of my neighborhood. All the photos were taken on Tuesday, May 28, 2013]

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[this is a series of the backstreets and alley ways of my neighborhood. All the photos were taken on Tuesday, May 28, 2013]

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[this is a series of the backstreets and alley ways of my neighborhood. All the photos were taken on Tuesday, May 28, 2013]

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man walks by a synagogue

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children with father, playing before school

[this is a series of the backstreets and alley ways of my neighborhood. All the photos were taken on Tuesday, May 28, 2013]

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local palms

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neighborhood shopping center

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[this is a series of the backstreets and alley ways of my neighborhood. All the photos were taken on Tuesday, May 28, 2013]

Dear readers, by mistake, I seemingly left the comments open. I have closed them, as has been my policy with this series because I didn’t think the pictures really merit discussion. Tomorrow, we shall once again address the subject of art, and I will welcome all comments. Thanks very much to all, and a special thanks to those who chose to comment while my barriers were down.