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I was in Miami to think about Andy Sweet, a photographer who died far too young in 1982, and whose major subject was the weird, poor, old, and Jewish South Beach that everyone says has been gone for a long time now.
Roll down the road and the rails and a river this summer with stories of humanity on the move that are summery and light, lyrical and meditative.
They are mermaids. They’re also extremely hard-working hourly employees of the State of Florida.