“Americans consider the sidewalk an anonymous backstage space, whereas for the French it is the stage itself.” ― Edmund White, The Flaneur: A Stroll through the Paradoxes of Paris
If you happen to stumble upon a road repair crew in any city you will notice that the men share not only a work space but also a camaraderie that goes beyond the job itself. Their actions at times is somewhat akin to a street ballet wherein heavy pieces of equipment glide effortlessly across the roadways with the finesse and grace of a prima ballerina. They are banded together by professionalism, dedication and a commitment to get the job done right. This at times is the dramatic side of street life.
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