…maybe it’s just pentagrams?
Stanley Kubrick was all about the single-point perspective.
This sort of framing really pulls you into his story… kind of like hearing a decommissioned (and likely insane) HAL9000 self-actualizing computer sing for you:
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This is not a photo of a marathon.
Really just a matter of timing, this shot was taken shortly after the drawbridge had been let back down.
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This building, oh… this crazy old building.
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Throwback to 2008: Mikah Sykes playing guitar during an impromptu live acoustic set at “Heaven” also known as the Skidmore Bluffs, in North Portland.
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Some of my favorite days are spent lost, roaming with a camera. It’s a great way to see the (often over-looked) details.
These long, straight stretches of road are pretty rare in Oregon’s higher elevations. Highways like this give great long-distance perspective in the otherwise steep hills and dense forests.
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