Lost in the Machine

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© Christopher Griesé
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Photo Info
UploadedSeptember 8, 2010
TakenMay 1, 2010
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D700
Exposure1/250 sec at f/4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length50 mm

Architecture, Urban

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Street shot in NYC.

This street & bridge connecting the buildings caught my eye, so set up the shot and waited for someone to cross the street in the foreground.

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  • Hayden Clarke

    Hayden Clarke said (8 May 2012):

    this image and its title incapsulate how i feel whether walking a city street with a upstairs walkway ahead or when looking down from the walkway. it gives me a sense of shelter or protection from lifes pressures represented by a confined alleyway with few escapes but to deal with any possible unforeseeable ambushes as they come in the gauntlet of life. the upstair walkway represents a simple short cut, that takes a winding, oddly paved path that enables a person to get from one significant destination to another. walking on the ground can bind someone's consciousness with anxiety and panic, not knowing if good or bad luck will strike them through a straight path of the mundane.

  • Bailey Cooper

    Bailey Cooper gave props (9 Jun 2012):

    Man does this image convey the concept. The blur is magnificent. Your images are amazing. Your titles even more so. One plus one does = two.

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