“Buses” photos by Andrew Miksys.
this is a very good idea for a series. good find!
I love to take the bus. These photos catch this special feeling 🙂
I was completely taken.
really really very beautiful.
sigh, I love rainy bus/car windows, reminds me of home/Pacific Northwest, lovely!
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the people kind of look like wax people
it reminds me of Saul Leiter … nice pics!
this series reminds me of Saul Leiter … nice pics
reminds me of my home – Lithuania! gret idea and a really good work! Love it!
Nice. Two worlds collides, with only a window between.
Nice. I love the depth the window, window reflection and the people behind the glass all produce!
Also reminds me of this shot by Jay Maisel: http://studio.jaymaisel.com/collections/portfolio#man-on-train-in-romania
these are gorgeous
I did the exact opposite thing for a while. Sat inside buses and photographed passing-by landscapes.
This series is more interesting though. It’s easy to see that kids are much more curious on the outside world. We have a lot to learn from them…
These are beautiful. The water almost makes them look like paintings.
cool, reminds me of michael wolf http://www.photomichaelwolf.com/tokyo_compression/%5D
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oh man. I love these.
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I HAD THIS IDEA!
Cool idea, but wouldn’t work in sunshine.
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It’s stunning pics!!!!
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