A Danish Photographer Spent 9 Years Photographing People on Their Way to Work And the Results Are Surprising
Danish photographer Peter Funch took pictures at the same place and at the same time for 9 years. Later, he discovered that he had captured the same people several times and that they were almost always identical which led to his incredible photographic project called “42nd and Vanderbilt”.
These photos were taken between 2007 and 2016 and between 8:30 and 9:30 in New York. By editing the photos, the photographer discovered with amazement that his captured photos had an incredible result: the same people repeating the same routines for years and years.
Street photography can be unpredictable and full of surprises. We probably do not even realize that, day after day and year after year, we are doing the same thing, eating the same thing, buying our coffee in the same place, cutting our hair the same way and even wearing clothes from the same colour.
Who are these people ? Are they sad? Are they happy? It does not matter, they are random people in a busy street, they are part of us.
These are ordinary people who follow a normal morning routine: they rush to work, get ready for a busy day. And it’s the same every day. Is it a cliché or a coherence? You can decide for yourself.
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