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The Hayward Public Library in Hayward California has a new exhibit. All the photographs were taken by teens.
The inspiration for the exhibit is John Stilgoe’s book “Outside Lies Magic.” Eight teens were given digital cameras and told to explore Hayward. They roamed the streets and captures their world through the camera’s eye. The photographs are on display at the Hayward Public Library’s Main Branch until October 6th.
The Daily Review newspaper has a photo gallery of the kids at work: