Eyes off the road

Oscar Fernando Gómez Rodríguez is no ordinary taxi driver. One day, whilst out driving in Monterrey, Mexico, he saw a man trying to make ends meet by selling old wood, metal and plastic from a rusty wheelbarrow. Intrigued by the man’s story, Oscar took a photograph and an idea was born. From then on, he began taking pictures through the window of his taxi. His aim is to show that the people who live the most humble lives are often the most worthy of respect. Read Oscar’s interview here.

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