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I always imagined I would live in a cool, romantic and fast moving urban city… but the closest I got was the desert. Maybe this is one of the reasons behind my fascination of tall buildings, sky scrapers and the “streets”.

 

 

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12 Comments

  1. interesting tower landscape… it is funny I am busy with landscape with towers for IF entry as well

  2. umm, well, I think the fast moving urban sky weights heavy on man’s shoulders. And the poor bird has no sky to fly any more. Perhaps the desert has more sky than a big city….

    • ken ken

      I agree 😉

  3. This is awesome. It’s got a real feel of Shaun Tan to it (check out The Arrival if you haven’t already) great work

    • ken ken

      Shaun Tan is great. I appreciate it, Alex

  4. I dig it. love the parade of hatted suited men with that little bird looking on.

    • ken ken

      Thank you Alicia!

  5. Wonderful effect! And great combination of styles with the contrast between the men and the cityscape. Really cool buildings too.

  6. ken ken

    Thanks for the comments everyone!

  7. BTW, I checked your street photography and I found beautiful work here !! Great B&W pictures captured in perfect moments !

    • ken ken

      Thank you. I hope when time permits I can go out and explore once more 🙂

  8. I like it! Since I’ve been living in the desert, I get claustrophobic if I spend too much time in the city.

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