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Dew Do


I found this Black eyed susan growing next to an abandoned building in San Jose. so- I whipped out the spritz bottle from my back pack to add the droplets and then a "flood" filter in photoshop added the...

Dew Do

Articles from Jerusalem Gross


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Dead Deer Dropped off in Front of the New Museum

author: Jerusalem Gross : New York, NY
Friday, February 13th, 2009


 

Dead Deer Dropped off in Front of the New Museum

author: Jerusalem Gross : New York, NY


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Photo of a dead deer left in front of the New Museum


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Nation of Sleepers


The first thing I noticed as a foreigner coming to South Korea is that the people here can fall asleep anywhere, anytime. It wasn't long until I found myself able to do the same. Taking photos on the subway and not...

Nation of Sleepers

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The District


The District

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The Ghost Ships of Coney Island Creek


Behind the tall grass and trees of . Burned and rotting hulks of vessels jut from the dirty beach into the silted, sluggish water of . The ribs of other ships emerge from the shallows like bones......

The Ghost Ships of Coney Island Creek