Anthony Hernandez

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The photographer Anthony Hernandez has traveled the world with his camera, but he’s always returned to Los Angeles.

Anthony Hernandez photographs poetry in LA urban blight

The photographer Anthony Hernandez has traveled the world with his camera, but he’s always returned to Los Angeles.

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