National Geographic

Photo by @ivankphoto | In the lively commercial district along East Cesar E. Chavez Avenue in Los Angeles’s Boyle Heights neighborhood, Jesse Von Borstel (right) cuts hair. He began working at the barbershop some 40 years ago. Now he owns it, and his wife and daughter also work there. This photo was shot #onassignment for @natgeo with @kchete77. Their photos were published in the July 2018 issue in the feature: “How Latinos Are Shaping America’s Future.” Please visit ivankphoto.com and karlagachet.com to see more photos and check the link in Ivan's profile (@ivankphoto) for the story in National Geographic. Thanks!

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@danicestarollo

Bold in the USA!

@edmtobi

Amazing 😀😀

@brendaflorescastro63

😍😍😍😍😍😍😍🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗

@betin_mr

Awesome post!!

@cindyflow1

Great job

@kapophotography

📸👌📸👌

@julkujr

@robbknapp a tech in SEA just showed me that today, how cray-cray!

@tbakhbava

Talented photographer!

@eller.adam

Your ability to incorporate reflections into an environment is uncanny 😳

@jason_snelling

@swagwellpain you finally getting a haircut?

@lestogo

Poor LA shame what has happened to the city dam shame

@residueking

Beautiful ❤️

@ilirx84

National Geographic should stick to articles about Sharks. Dont lecture Americans plz

@jmayshannon

Love this!

@real_ross1

I see @raiders love at the barbershop!

@markbazooka

How dare they use an American Flag as a drape. The president needs to outlaw haircuts in America.

@pramarites

@martcamrenhas Quero saber qual é.

@__.moonglade.__

😅😑😝

@christinadamianii

@natgeo how do the two pictures merge so perfectly?

@martcamrenhas

@pramarites, me lembrou uma foto sua

@ashton_reed1406

A real Barbour shop

@yana_chumachenko_photo

👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻

@joanna_bye

Looks like Rudy manesco in the corner

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