Raymond Holbert: “I love street photography because every photograph is truly worth a thousand words yet 1,000 words are equal to one photograph.” Photo: Nancy Rubin
Nancy Rubin is chronicling the people of Berkeley and beyond with her project,
Humans of Berkeley and the Bay Area, or HUBBA. Today we publish a small selection of her extensive portfolio, the fourth time we have done so. Read our interview with Rubin in which she talks about what inspired her to start the project and its philanthropic element.
on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Instagram to see new photos when they appear, and to read extended captions for the beautiful images shown here. Champlu and Della. Photo: Nancy Rubin Jenny Strauss with her daughter Marina, 7 years old. Photo: Nancy Rubin Loren Lundy: “I am a third-generation Bay Arean. When I was around 12 or 13 I saw my first third-generation Mustang and I knew I wanted one.” Mya, 10, holding Artemus and Matzah, dogs they are fostering. Alex (mom) and Ela, 5, between Shimi (Pittie) and Goliath (Min Pin). Namita Brown with her daughter Gisele, 9 years old. Photo: Nancy Rubin Susan Felix, Art Ambassador, city of Berkeley: “My motto is to ‘stay amazed.’” Photo: Nancy Rubin Sholeh Wright, 5 years old. Photo: Nancy Rubin
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