‘Selfies tell us what we’re doing, who we think we are and who we think is watching,’ writes Bee columnist David Mas Masumoto.
‘Selfies tell us what we’re doing, who we think we are and who we think is watching,’ writes Bee columnist David Mas Masumoto. SW Parra Special to The Bee
‘Selfies tell us what we’re doing, who we think we are and who we think is watching,’ writes Bee columnist David Mas Masumoto. SW Parra Special to The Bee

David Mas Masumoto: The placed selfie

June 20, 2015 11:56 AM

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About David 'Mas' Masumoto

David 'Mas' Masumoto

Award-winning author and organic farmer David Mas Masumoto of Del Rey writes about the San Joaquin Valley and its people. Email: masmasumoto@gmail.com.