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Looking Into The Past : 9/11

World Trade Center Out of all the art projects that paid tribute to the tenth anniversary of this one by Jason Powell really struck a nerve with me.

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Looking Into the Past by Jason Powell

If you remember "Pencil versus Camera" project by Ben Heine then this is something really similar, however this time Jason Powell allows us to look into the

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I think this photo catures the life of the city. Not only does it show the city but it has refracted light jumping off the buildings creating the effect that the buildings are alive and constantly in motion. The pinhole camera captures all of this very well.

Longest Pinhole Exposure Ever Is Also Most Beautiful

It’s difficult to believe that a photographer is capable of successfully creating a three-year long exposure on just one single frame, however, German photographer Michael Wesely shows that it’s possible in his series entitled Open Shutter.

Amazing contrast between the past and the present...

Amazing contrast between the past and the present.

Dear Photograph,  Seasons come and go, even the walnut tree is a ghost. Yet the old farmhouse endures, and we are glad to be its stewards.  T. and E.

Dear Photograph, Seasons come and go, even the walnut tree is a ghost. Yet the old farmhouse endures, and we are glad to be its stewards.

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"empty, dense, merge" - Grand Canyon, Death Valley and New York City / Gus Petro

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Journey back in time: interesting now and then photos

Stereo-ere-o

a time to get: In Stereo-ere-o

Mitchell Trinka is a multimedia journalist living in New York. During  his summer internship at the New York Times Fort Greene/Clinton Hill  Local, he spent some late nights in the public library, searching through old photos  from Brooklyn’s past.

Past Meets Present

Mitchell Trinka is a multimedia journalist living in New York. During his summer internship at the New York Times Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Local, he spent some late nights in the public library, searching through old photos from Brooklyn’s past.

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