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There’s some awesome street photography in this movie as well!

Adventures in Photography

“Koyannisqatsi” is the first film of “The Qatsi Trilogy”. The film is directed by Godfrey Reggio with Ron Fricke and Philip Glass responsible for cinematography and musical score respectively.


Ground breaking for its day, there is no plot or dialogue in the movie.   Koyannisqatsi consist entirely of synergistic music and imagery which is shot and played back in time lapse or slow motion.   The scenes range from the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon to the destructive power of the nuclear bomb to provide a breath taking critique on modern life which as the title suggest is a crazy and out of balance existence.


Some of my favorite montages in the movie include sequences from sausage making machines cutting to Grand Central escalators crowded with people at rush hour.  Or the ariel view of the city morphing into a microscopic view of computer circuitry.  These montages induce a hypnotic like…

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ROMAN REFLECTIONS – street photography


Monochrome street photography from springtime, Rome.



































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Smoke gets in your eyes

the lives of others

Finding yourself in the streets

The way we live these days, especially in the big cities, alienates us from others around us to a degree that we may live years in an apartment without knowing the name of our next door neighbor. With street photography, I meet people every day, I ask their names, they tell me their ages, chapters of their life stories, we look each other in the eyes, we exchange smiles, and we meet at a level that goes deeper than the superficial. When you love street photography, you find yourself loving people, and this makes the world a touch warmer and more pleasant to be in.

See you in the streets!

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Yes, Yes… Sure I Can Shake The World

Devant La Tour Eiffel

Man In Sheriff Hat


Photo philosophies


i love the tenderness of this

Anna Mike 2

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