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100m Photo Captures the Beauty of Everyday People

100m Photo Captures the Beauty of Everyday People
Arts & Culture
Claudia Cukrov
  • 9 february 2009

Danish photographer Simon Hoegsberg recently produced a 100m image to document the beauty of ordinary people. Titled We’re All Gonna Die – 100 meters of existence, the image took 17 months to complete and captured commuters walking across the railroad bridge on Warschauer Strasse, Berlin.  Few of the 178 people captured during the twenty day photoshoot were aware of Hoegsberg’s presence, as he sat on the same spot taking pictures of passers by.

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