by Cosmin
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UploadedJune 9, 2008
TakenMay 31, 2008
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Exposure2/5 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length22 mm
ISO1600
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10 responses

  • Jesse Nicole

    Jesse Nicole gave props (9 Jun 2008):

    moving... reminds me of a new music video byt disturbed~

  • Carl W. Nunn

    Carl W. Nunn gave props (16 Jun 2008):

    Wow

  • Christopher Long

    Christopher Long gave props (8 Jul 2008):

    Great shot!

  • * Jeff Boucher

    * Jeff Boucher said (27 Aug 2008):

    Very moving and disturbing at the same time.

  • Alicia Rutkowski

    Alicia Rutkowski gave props (16 Oct 2008):

    ooo, this one gave me chills. powerful series, and beautifully done.

  • Connie Cogar

    Connie Cogar gave props (21 Oct 2009):

    awesome shot!

  • Denzil Jennings

    Denzil Jennings (Deleted) gave props (22 Oct 2009):

    Incredible concept! It leaves so much to the imagination. Chilling.

  • Maria Eve Ploum (Eyegraphic)

    Maria Eve Ploum (Eyegraphic) (Deleted) said (25 Oct 2009):

    just brilliant

  • Carlos Verde

    Carlos Verde gave props (22 Mar 2010):

    fantastic shot

  • Lori Snyder

    Lori Snyder gave props (6 Jan 2012):

    what I love about this is that such a simple shift of perspective alters the whole meaning of the photograph. My feet never touch when I sit on things, but feet not connected to a lap with a chair alters everything! (that is, assuming it was not achieved by creating or happening upon a dubious crime scene ... :) )

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