But where are all the people
by Marcus Bastel
It wasn’t that there were no people, but the people who
were tended to be in cars rather than in person. So the
streets were void of life, be that in a city or out in the
I am a photographer and a writer of fiction. I am of German origin living in London and am fascinated by the American Southwest.
My stories are about people and my pictures are about spaces and expectations.
posted at 05:21pm Sep 14 PST
Thanks for your comments, I live in London and cycle everywhere so I am fully aware of the number of people maybe that is why i get so fascinated about those open spaces.And yes it is on Tucson, both front and back cover are Tucson and i will be there again in April. Looking forward to it. http://www.behance.net/MarcusBastel
posted at 11:39pm Mar 15 PST
you are taking some good pictures but they are of the countryside, what you are saying about cars is having a major impact on philosophy for development of cities in europe, where many now have pedestrian zones, no car days, increased use of public transport .. basically in europe we havee twice the number of people in half the space ...
posted at 10:17pm Mar 15 PST
is that tucson, i reside in the old pueblo and that looks very familiar, couple of great pictures in there
posted at 07:37pm Mar 15 PST
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