There's an exhibition on at Regina's Central Library that provides some insight into a world many people never see.
It's a collection of photographs reflecting homelessness taken by the people who have lived that life.
It was organized by Gerry Ruecker, the southern artistic director for Common Weal Community Arts.
The group worked with Carmichael Outreach to find 10 participants, all of whom were homeless or who had recently been homeless.
They were given disposable cameras and asked to take pictures of anything they thought reflected their lives.
Seven brought the cameras back and shared the meaning of the photos they took.
The exhibit, which opened Dec. 5, was originally slated to run until Jan. 20 but has been extended until Jan. 27. The exhibit is at the Dunlop Art Gallery in the library.