Garcia is a homeless man who lives on the streets of Washington, DC. He says he has been doing so for the past ten years. I came across Garcia sitting on a retaining wall outside of the National Postal Museum near Union Station. It was bitterly cold this particular morning yet Garcia was greeting passersby with a cheery good morning and wishing them a good day. Those people who chose to make a donation into his paper cup obviously knew him and and spent a few moments chatting. I sat down beside him on the wall and he offered me the pile of newsprint he was sitting on because the concrete was cold. He was agreeable to a photograph in exchange for a donation. Unlike some of the homeless Garcia is friendly, affable and has the ability to engage with his benefactors. This is a huge advantage given that the vast majority of people who pass by don’t even give him a glance even though he wishes everyone well. For those people Garcia remains among the Invisible Ones.