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AmericaCityNew York; Intersections by Roman Kruglov

What is it that attracts me to intersections, it is the story or actually multiple stories happening at once. What is the person thinking where are the going?

Every doorway, every intersection has a story

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What is it that attracts me to intersections, it is the story or actually multiple stories happening at once. What is the person thinking where are the going? Some people have a happy face, some a thinking face and everyone is just going about their lives not thinking about each other. Well may be they do for the brief second when they cross, who is to tell? You have second to cross that intersection and in that time frame so many things happen so many lives are going by it is fascinating. People walking through Intersection is like blood flowing through your body, it has to happen or you die and without people there is no city. [Official Website]
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