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This photographer captured shots of New Yorkers on their way to work for 10 years — and it shows how repetitive a commute can really be

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  • Photographer Peter Funch photographed the same Manhattan corner during the morning rush hour for 10 years.
  • Intrigued by the idea of repetition, he captured photos of the same people on their way to work over a period of time.
  • His new book, “42nd and Vanderbilt,” is a collection of his work from the series.

About 700,000 people pass through Manhattan’s Grand Central Station on their way to work every day.

In 2007, photographer Peter Funch began staking out a corner of the station, at 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue, to document those commuters. Funch would snap photos between the morning read more >>>

Source : BusinessInsider.Com

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