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Nocturnal procrastination with photographer Navid Baraty

O’ the internet, what would 3 am insomnia be without you? There would probably be the adored-cliche sheep, jumping while regretting their unitary existence in a imaginary situation, or maybe just a lamb preparing to debut at a Korban Pesach. Yet, tonight the situation is different, my stumbling skills of following candy-visuals instinctively landed me on Navid Baraty’s portfolio. However, it was not his ‘eye’ what captured my short-term attention span since photography is not as intellectually stimulating as drawing is in my collection of interests. No, no. He left an unfulfilling career in engineering to pursue his photographic passion. Yes, this guy opted out of engineering to pursue his photographic passion. I chose to share only one of his sets, the one that appealed to my current field of study: urban planning. Yes, I relate to him on the technocratic matter.

Here it is, “Intersection”.

Midtown, New York City – 2013 Financial District, New York City – 2011 Ginza, Tokyo – 2009 Midtown, New York City – 2011 Ginza, Tokyo – 2009 Midtown, New York City – 2011 Ginza, Tokyo – 2009
Midtown, New York City – 2011 Chelsea, New York City – 2011

Good night.

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