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Seagram Building, NYCPhoto by Ezra Stoller

Seagram Building, NYC
Photo by Ezra Stoller

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Russell Falls, Tasmania

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Russell Falls, Tasmania

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mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.
mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.
mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.
mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.
mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.
mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.
mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.
mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.
mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.
mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.

mymodernmet:

With a great eye for composition and an impeccable sense of timing, Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos.

“To live is to sink roots. Life is possible only to the extent that you find a place hospitable enough to receive you and allow you to settle down. What follows is a sort of symbiosis: Just as you grow into the world, the world grows into you. Not only do you occupy a certain place, but that place, in turn, occupies you. Its culture shapes the way you see the world, its language informs the way you think, its customs structure you as a social being. Who you ultimately are is determined to an important degree by the vast web of entanglements of “home.””
— Costica Bradatan (via slim)