I like to imagine that whoever threw away this perfectly serviceable suitcase just gave up. No more TSA gropes, scanners and inspections. No more scrounging for overhead space or getting slammed by the seat in front of you. But realistically, somebody probably just got a newer, better luggage set.
The Glamour Of Travel
- June 29, 2011
- Cities / NYC / Still Life
Tags: Brilliance Warmth, D700, Film Effect: Kodak Portra 160VC, hdr, Manhattan, New York, Nikkor PC-E 24mm, NYC, Photomatix, Pro Contrast
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Chris Frailey29 Jun 2011
I use to travel a lot for work and can relate to what you said about all the hassles. This image has sort of dark gritty tone to it. Maybe its a reflection of travel woes. 🙂
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Toad Hollow Photography29 Jun 2011
If it’s all the same with you, Mark, I think I’d like to stick with the “fed up with the unwarranted groping” story. I get pretty worked up just reading about all that, let alone having someone all up in my business. Eeep. What a GREAT shot here! The strange things you find, my friend! Awesome composition, and I found the image to be absolutely dramatic and full of story.
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trudy29 Jun 2011
Hear about the 95 year old woman that was basically molested? Its insane how far TSA is going…or I should say our government.
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Scott Frederick30 Jun 2011
Love it! Now all it needs is a few hypodermic needles on the ground! Can never have enough props in your camera bag! 🙂
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