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Separated by Connection

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Being the street photographer I just can't pass this global trend, without taking some shots. It was very interesting for me watch how the cell phones from being first novelty, then necessity, become just the most important part of humans lives. Survey showed that for many people checking their PDA or cell is the first thing they do when they get up in the morning, even before they had cup of coffee. More than 60% would give up land lines, but not cells. We hold them like they're our best friends and most valuable things we have. How familiar this image? Someone rushing through the crowded street, eyes glued on his/her cell or PDA or whatever you call it. Of course I'm not saying we do not need them. But do we need them so badly? So I was walking streets, taking pictures, some funny, some sad, some tender. They all here. It's a big gallery. Hit slideshow and enjoy, or hate it. Either way let me know what you think. I appreciate all opinions including critique. Remember for me it was interesting to capture the emotions, body language, not to convey a social study. If you think it's worth it please don't forget to vote.

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