A heart shaped garden adorns the front of one of the caravans that serves as a home to some of the resident of Coronation Park squatter camp. The community promotes a sense of love for each and can be seen throughout the community.
A resident of the Coronation Park Squatter camp chops fire wood ahead of another cold night west of Johannesburg, South Africa.
An elderly women walk back to her tent with a bucket of water fetched from nearby Coronation Park squatter camp west of Johannesburg, South Africa.
A child rushes home with a loaf of bread given to him by a passerby while he was riding his bicycle in the park near Coronation Park squatter camp. Food in this quantity is seen as a treat as survival normally means begging on street corners.
Children play with "new" toys dropped of by charity programs for the families helping the residents of the Coronation Park squatter camp west of Johannesburg, South Africa.
With no water or electricity much of the day is spent around the fire, especially during the winter months, this family runs the tuck shop as small store attached to their house which sell basic supplies such as flashlight batteries and toilet paper.
Residents of the Coronation Park squatter camp try to warm themselves by a smoky fire as the late afternoon chill sets in.
A man show affection to his dog outside his shack at the Coronation Park Squatter camp, west of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Saturday nights is a time for a party and many of the residents enjoy dancing to a local music which is played on a small radio. Many of the people at Coronation Park say this is the only way they can forget their circumstances.
The tattoo of Mary on the neck of a resident that he says she is his protector and will help him leave the squatter camp and get back on his feet.
The newest residents of the Coronation Park squatter camp, "Chillo" (front) and his girlfriend Latricia with their baby Monique in front of the home. Chillo has spent the last couple of years in and out of prison for as he puts it "various crimes", during that time he lost his job and home in the city.
A man finds comfort with his dogs outside his shack at the white squatter camp Coronation Park, he lost his job as a boiler maker to affirmative action about ten years ago, he spends most of his day at traffic lights begging.
A family says a small prayer at the end of another difficult day at the Coronation Park squatter camp.
Siblings San Marie (L) and and Janus(R) sit under a tree together near the Coronation Park squatter camp west of Johannesburg, South Africa. With little hope for a normal future the irony is reflected on his t-shirt which translated into English mean "Always a Winner".
Residents sings at a church service held in one of the tents at the Coronation Park squatter camp.