The Random Red Door

Standing near the intersection of Church and Chambers street in Manhattan, I noticed a bright brick wall and a old door that obviously hadn’t been used in years. It’s about 6 in the afternoon and the sun is going down, casting shadows on everything, except for the red door and about ten feet of sidewalk on either side of it.

Everyone that walks in front of the door seemingly appears from the darkness, moving quickly through a sort of ready-made picture frame; random, oblivious, and perfectly lit by intense orange light.


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  1. Loooooved this concept. The camera caought such a wide variety of people just “living life” and really caught the essence of our culture put against one red door; “Out of many, one people”.

    My faves were the business man and the hotdog stand.. keep up the good work, and the good eye.

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