“I’m tired of my life, my clothes, the things I say. I’m hacking away at the surface, as at some kind of gray ice, trying to break through to what is underneath or I am dead. I can feel the surface trembling—it seems ready to give but it never does. I am uninterested in current events. How can I justify this? How can I explain it?”—James Salter (via likeafieldmouse)
Last month we featured the work of Lee Jeffries, a self-taught photographer who is crusading to bring attention to the plight of the homeless. Here, he shares his latest work from Miami exclusively with LightBox.