Report To Your Cube
|Copyright: James Olsson (photobones)
|Medium: Black & White|
|Date Taken: 2003-06|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-02-25 22:37|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Cube residents in this building process forms authorizing the purchase of more cubes so that the corporate behemoth can afford to acquire more forms so that more people can be hired to fill cubes and process forms. This is called "growth" and it's a healthy corporate practice.|
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James, great idea for a photo and I loved the description :-) I have some similar photos of the Visa world HQ here in northern California which I may post at some point (and there's an interesting story about being hasseled by their security guards when taking the pictures!)
Nice shot, James! Good composition, two thirds, one third. Maybe the line separating the two sides should be vertical, not sure about that. A good observation and a funny note! Well done!
Nice repetitive caption! I like the angle! Good idea about the B&W.
- [2006-02-27 3:11]
Well-captured pattern, James! I also like this out of centre vertical line.
or how ordinary things can be turned out as a nice piece of art.
I really like that perspective view showing both side of this building.
Nice and crisp details.
What camera do you use ?
Great perspective and lines!
This needs 4 points. 2 for the photo and 2 for the note.