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The third candid image stands out to me the most out of this set. Immediately I see this guy, swathed in golden, surreal light. He stands out because he is posing, quite aware of the camera's presence. Only his friend slightly behind him is also aware, but the guy's outstretched arms make my eyes stare straight at him. He is also caught mid motion, mid step, and it almost looks like he's floating. When you combine that, his outstretched arms and the golden light surrounding him, it's not hard to view him as some sort of modern Jesus figure. He looks like the fun dude who Jesus was pretty much supposed to be. Throw him into an environment like Times Square and it creates a striking image. Also upon further inspection of this interesting-to-look-at scene, I found a few outstretched arms that sort of echo the posing guy's, and a billboard in the background has another Jesus like figure. When I look away I remember the floating guy, and all the little easter eggs of reward that I got from looking at the image. This photo makes me feel amused, and pleased. I normally find Times Square to be the most boring possible subject matter ever, but this photo has so many perfectly timed things going on that I can't help but just love it.
I first look at the people in times square. my eyes travel to the people and how they act. it reminds when i go to manhattan to shop around with my friends in the city.I feel shopaholic.when i look away, i see a crowd city and diverse people with different faces.
I see people who are not happy being photographed. My eye travels right at the women who have hats, camera and the guy who looks like he is about to give a finger. It reminds me of how New yorkers really are. I also notice Mickey mouse and Sony. As I leave behind I am reminded how dangerous it can be to snap a random stranger. LOL