dignity and freedom
kodak portra 400 bw
canon fd 35mm f/2
Comments:

i came back to comment on the last pic, but hello! this is yet another one that i just have to sit in awe of. the contrast between the 'sign' and 'live as usual' is haunting.

*runs off to buy some portra*

Posted by your_waitress at October 2, 2004 12:41 PM
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'A man will travel the world over in what he is searching for and will come home to find it.'

Matt, what are you doing to me?

Here I am in SFO and these images, your images, Yonge and Dundas et al, show me a city, my city, my home city of Toronto in a way, that I do not recognize.

The Black's Photography Moniker is priceless, I wonder if you were intentionally trying to catch it in the frame?

Posted by HiMY Syed at October 2, 2004 02:46 PM
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Fabulous shot! There is something surreal, or rather, hyperreal, about it. My first impression was that this was a montage or a staged shot. remarkable.

Posted by Carlo at October 2, 2004 07:07 PM
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now that the construction is finally done on this corner, it's so wide open and amazing for light and people in the late afternoon. my favorite corner to hit on the way home at the end of a day of shooting. fish in a barrel.

Posted by hool at October 3, 2004 12:25 PM
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Matt, this one is great. There are nodes of interest throughout the shot. Makes me want to zoom in on each one and hear their personal story.

Posted by Gareth at October 8, 2004 09:26 AM
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