What are you looking at?

What are you looking at?

There is a “real” story of discrimination, arrogance and patronizing behind today’s photo.

If at least ten (10) people request it, I will tell you the story tomorrow.

© 2008 – 2013, Rudy Giron. All rights reserved.

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  • I want the story!

  • isa

    count me in on this one also

  • I’d like to hear the story as well…

  • Lindy

    Por favor, digame la cuenta…

  • tom

    Yes! tell us the story, Rudy!

  • Tom Holley

    Yes Rudy, I want to know too! Tomas

  • Donna

    I want the story too!

  • Request! Request! por favor

  • Shannon


  • Di

    Do tell – porfa!

  • Kate I

    Now you have 11! Tell us the story!!

  • Now dear visitors… you just gonna have to wait until tomorrow, you know. 🙂

  • John

    Ok–this makes it over 10–let’s hear the real story and not the one I have running through my head

  • Raquel

    This is a fantastic photo Rudy. It really does speak volumes.

  • Por favor señor… un poquito más. O como aquel comercial de tele: “yo también quiero…”

  • Ya somos 16, esperamos la historia


  • Yo quería leer la historia pero que pereza esperar a mañana.. Ya le hubieras dado un update al post con los detalles.

  • I also want the story:)

  • mey

    Ahora ya no la quiero! A mi o me sirven las tortillas calientes o se me pasa el hambre.

  • Erika

    yeez, just look at their faces! who would’t want to know the story behind it??

  • Mel

    Yes!! Do tell!!

  • Yes, please – ¡cúentame! I like the odd coloring in the photo, too, almost black & white except for the shade of pink. Cool.

  • Rudy, I would appreciate your sharing the story. Hopefully it is not too personal or painful to recount.

    Also, I most note that I would never have taken a photo of a man holding a gun … very brave of you.

    Relative to discrimination, recently I had a reader comment that my blog made it appear that Greenville, the city I blog about, was only populated with caucasians. I went back and counted my photos and found that 22% of those which include people also included people of minority races. I found my averages pretty good given the census indicates 33% of our population are African American. However, every since that point I have been taking special notice of photo opportunities to include people of minority races. What I have found is that this hyper awareness is not a good thing. I personally feel like a stalker and as a result I’m trying to go back to the point I was before where I simply took photos regardless of the race of the people in the scene … wish me luck.

    Denton from Greenville and the Daily Photo Map.

  • MO

    This is going to be a good one. It’s the sequel to “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”. Let me get my popcorn ready.

  • sompopo

    If looks could kill. I gotta know.

  • Indy

    Cuenta! cuenta!

  • Alan

    I can’t wait to hear the story!

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  • I love the color treatment you used here. Accentuates the mood.

  • Gina