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04•52 • Gordo Burrito

January 27, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

04•52 • Gordo Burrito

I live in a NorCal neighborhood where whites are a minority, our city is surrounded by farming and agriculture.
Mexican immigrants are the grease that lubricates the gears in the western United States. If it weren't for their often backbreaking work, our local farming and agriculture industries would fail.

There are an abundance of Taco Trucks here in Chico, Ca, serving up authentic and good quality food at a reasonable price. We can feed our family of 4 for $10-$15 total. Gordo Burrito gets better Yelp reviews that our traditional Mexican restaurants.


ABOUT THIS PROJECT:

MoPho Info:
Capture • DROID 3
Processing • Pro HDR Camera - Vignette - Photoshop Express

TALTOTW project 52 Weeks, creating 52 new images in 2012 for each week's TAL theme with the device I listen to the episodes on, Motorola Droid 3.

Each image for this project will be shot in 2012 and processed in phone with installed Apps. I then take it into Lightroom to add tags, title, caption and my watermark. So in essence each photo will be "straight out of camera phone" with no external image processing.


ABOUT THIS WEEK'S TAL EPISODE:

#456: Reap What You Sow

"Act One. Alien Experiment.
Last Summer, Alabama passed HB56, the most sweeping immigration bill in the country. It's an example of a strategy called "attrition through enforcement" or, more colloquially, "self-deportation"--making life so hard on undocumented immigrants that they choose to leave the country. But as reporter Jack Hitt found, the new law has had lots of other unintended consequences. Jack has a book coming out this Spring called Bunch of Amateurs. (35 minutes) "



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