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  1. lolo Says:

    how do you take photos when you don’t have time to do it?
    I have 1 hour of travel to work, and I always love to capture moments without altering them. Moments without any spectacular thing, just moments in life, a fraction that it will be lost (like tears in the rain like that Blade Runner dialog), a fraction in peoples lifes. I like people in their cars, going to work, I like how each ones car is the perfect reflection of the owner, like dogs and their owners. I like it because are very private photos in a public space, they are in their own world, I could almost see their thoughts or their conversations.

    como sacar fotos cuando no tenes tiempo para hacerlo?
    Tengo una hora de viaje hasta el trabajo, y siempre me encanto capturar momentos sin alterarlos. Momentos sin nada espectacular, solamente momentos en la vida, una fraccion que se perdera (como lagrimas bajo la lluvia como dice aquel dialogo de Blade Runner), una fraccion en la vida de las personas. Me gustan las personas en sus autos, yendo a trabajar, me gusta como cada auto es el reflejo perfecto de su dueño, como los perros y sus dueños. Me gusta porque son fotos muy privadas sacadas en un espacio publico, ellos estan en su propio mundo, casi puedo ver sus pensamientos y sus conversaciones.

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