New York On By-Pass – The Heartbeat Of A City In Cross-Section

Posted by Suzie Wong | November 6th, 2012 Share

New York On By-Pass

BY-PASS_NY by Chris Eayres is a series of ten long exposure photographs capturing the neon and fluorescent heart beat of night time Manhattan. Taken from the top deck perspective of a New York tour bus as it crosses the metropolis. This tourists diving bell provides the mechanism to take the pulse of a city. These images were captured while passing over the metropolises cross sections where it’s tarmac veins and arteries meet. ❚

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