Jesus Christ still loves you

A year ago I photographed this man holding the sign saying Jesus Christ Loves You in San Francisco. Amazingly he’s still in the same spot. That’s dedication for you!

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    Flickr: frenchsvilla September 5, 2007

    nice shot.

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    Flickr: charlidoudidou September 5, 2007

    Beautiful one (The photo and the meaning). The blur and perspective adds a nice effect!

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    Josef September 5, 2007

    Hah, it really is dedication. Nice work.

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    Donal September 5, 2007

    He’s been around a while, got a pic of him when I was there too.
    http://donal.wordpress.com/2005/12/07/yes-he-does/

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    Flickr: BillyWarhol September 6, 2007

    Nice B+W Photos Dude*


    Seen on rickbutts.com (?)

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    Daba Gudeta November 10, 2007

    thanks Jesus

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    Landscape Artist February 8, 2008

    This is a powerful photo! I’m curious about the man holding the sign — what his background is and what led him to the point of displaying this sign.

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    moserw April 18, 2008

    Talk about perseverance! Wish I had more of it in fact. Would take my blog to the stratosphere I am sure. Just ran into this blog on Google. BTW being an amateur photographer myself, the photo is great. I have never shot in B&W myself though.

    moserw

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    Benny June 21, 2008

    Thanks.. Jesus still you r loving Us.

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    🙂 Love the message. It’s really not just dedication more like passion. There is a difference.
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    Abinash July 19, 2008

    ilove jesus

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    ben samuel July 23, 2008

    JESUS LOVES INSPITE OF WHAT WE ARE AND WHAT WE WERE.
    LOVE YOU LORD

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