Wind and Bus Stop

(Detroit, MI) The woman pictured on your left is leaning into a gusty southwest wind that threatened to topple even the heartiest pedestrians the other day. Her quad cane seemed to provide a noticeable amount of additional protection against the November gales, and she subconsciously adjusted her position as the winds rose and ebbed.

Papers, leaves, and branches swept past this patron of the Detroit mass transit system, surrounding her with a cyclonic wave of debris. Yet she never stamped her feet, turned her head from the wind, or exhibited any behavior that could not be described by the word "stoic."


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