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I've shot loads of photos on this bridge, but I think this one is the one I love the most. Miles and miles of wire, of any shape, of any direction, of any…

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It is so not peach season, not a peach to be found in NYC. Lucked up on this scene during my morning travels today. I love capturing motion blur, as I like to…

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