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Information Overload

Information Overload

Part of The Man Who Fell to Earth series

Nikon D50
1/160s f/6.3 at 55.0mm full exif

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Guest 27-Apr-2006 23:07
Perfect representation. Man, I know this feeling. What I love is how you've stepped back from the scene and used a longer lens to compress the view and add to the boxed in feeling. Reminds me of a tokyo subway :). voted
Guest 06-Apr-2006 16:14
I agree with others.
And I think I recognize the place... :-)
(I had lived in NDG for a couple of years in the past)
Sue Robertson02-Apr-2006 09:51
Oh yes, definitely visual pollution.
Dia 30-Mar-2006 14:07
Very representative. I agree with René.
René Lortie30-Mar-2006 03:05
I would also say: "Pollution visuelle". Very good illustration of what we live in.
ltolksdorf29-Mar-2006 05:58
I think I have seen it before but not in this perfection. GMV.
AL29-Mar-2006 02:45
My eyes were so busy looking at every detail you've brilliantly captured. Different sources of information. A true reflection of our overloaded minds.
alexeig28-Mar-2006 22:53
This really looks like a puzzle or a cubist painting. Great find
De'Carr Studio28-Mar-2006 21:36
Great concept and capture. Love it.
Ray :)28-Mar-2006 19:29
If I was a businessmen there, I'd opt for a picture of Marilyn Monroe I think!
Good and humourous capture
fred_il28-Mar-2006 18:32
Fantastic!!
Guest 28-Mar-2006 18:22
eh... what can i say ? just fantastic.......
GdL28-Mar-2006 17:59
Hmmm... that looks like Queen Mary Rd. Then again, it looks like any corner of Montreal. Nice shot!
Michael Todd Thorpe28-Mar-2006 17:58
Excellent! Overload is right.... It's like getting beaten about the head and shoulders with a bat!
Guenter Eh28-Mar-2006 17:54
Artificial reality. Daily. 24 hours. Excellent documentation! Nice comp with tight framing!
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