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2010-09-08

verticality


Are you a rational, hierarchical top-down kind of person? Or maybe a bottom-up rebel, ready to reinvent without waiting for permission from above? Either way - here's a choice of perspectives, perpendicular to the plane of the horizon. See more?

Slussen (map) 21 August 2010

10 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Love this kind of images. This one is very interesting!

cieldequimper said...

I might just go back to bed because I can't see anything but lines.

Jacob said...

Flip it 90 degrees. I like horizontals! ;-) Nice study in accordions.

Re your comment: We used to bike at Shark Valley in the Everglades on a 15-mile loop...lots of alligators, many of them in the middle of the road. One day we counted 150!

And yes, they can move very fast...I've heard up to 35 miles per hour. Might have a hard time outrunning a hungry one. Fortunately, they eat only once a month. The problem is you never know when that once a month comes up!

arabesque said...

i hate to admit it, but i tend to be the former. ^0^
cool lines.

Lena Johansson said...

I "saw more" and it was an everyday experience Tumba-Alby.I couldn´t guess!

Per Stromsjo said...

Incidentally, there were quite a few passengers inside this bus, wondering what that nut with a camera was after.

Luis Gomez: Glad to tickle your imagination.

cieldequimper: I know the feeling!

Jacob: Certainly a touch of accordion here. Even more so if you follow the link.

arabesque: So am I, sometimes. I guess I'm simplifying a bit too much today. In some areas we might choose to follow the leadership of others. And where we're more comfortable with our own expertise, we will take initiatives ourselves.

Lena Johansson: Interesting patterns are all around!

Thanks all for lining up with us.

Halcyon said...

Really interesting shot here. I am left wondering what this is!

Per Stromsjo said...

I believe the term is Articulated bus . This is a close-up of the middle section where it can bend.

Thanks, Halcyon.

Tinsie said...

Hmmm. This image is too interesting for me. Know what I'm saying?

Per Stromsjo said...

There's a right moment for everything, Tinsie.

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