Underneath the East Duwamish Greenbelt along Interstate 5 lies an unsanctioned Seattle homeless encampment known as The Jungle.
This is a place most any Seattleite would never visit and a place you certainly don’t want to end up. It is dangerous, littered with used syringes, and reeks of dust and trash. But under that bridge are dozens and dozens of “homes,” people, and a community.
Photographer Tim Durkan is an activist who is using his camera to tell extremely raw stories about Seattle’s homeless. You can find him on the streets almost any evening capturing his neighborhood falling victim to a homeless epidemic and a heroin crisis.Continue Reading