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29th June 2015
reaching out to me
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black then white are all i see in my infancy, red and yellow then came to be, reaching out to me, lets me see
after i finished working in cape town and miami i stuck around for a few days to explore the area which i was too busy to see in the week prior. both times i hung out with a colleague of mine and we'd go on little photowalks together. it worked out pretty well as unlike walking with 'normal' people, we knew the other wouldn't be pissed off when one of us randomly and frequently stopped to take a picture. it was also interesting that we'd essentially cover the same ground, but our eyes and cameras would interpret it in different ways. i think this is a shot that i would ordinarily wouldn't see, but spending time with a different photographer inspired me to take a photo.

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29/06/2015
reaching out to me
after i finished working in cape town and miami i stuck around for a few days to explore the area which i was too busy to see in the week prior. both times i hung out with a colleague of mine and we'd go on little photowalks together. it worked out pretty well as unlike walking with 'normal' people, we knew the other wouldn't be pissed off when one of us randomly and frequently stopped to take a picture. it was also interesting that we'd essentially cover the same ground, but our eyes and cameras would interpret it in different ways. i think this is a shot that i would ordinarily wouldn't see, but spending time with a different photographer inspired me to take a photo.

here's the original