Vagabondage is “the act or habit of wandering, being a vagabond.” Until 1994, the state of vagabondage was an offense for any person “with neither a residence nor means of subsistence and who consistently has no job.” By nature, photographers are vagabonds, hanging around a bit everywhere and especially meddling in what doesn’t regard them, setting their sights on everything...
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