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(March 18—23, 2009)

Nurcan Azaz

The Hippodrome of Constantinople


Life & Death

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

March 19, 2009, 03:00 UTC

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What can it be more than the distance between Life & Death ?

Here at this cemetery we can see that.

On the right side of the panorama we see the world-known mountain of Corcovado Hill. 700 meters above the sea with the statue of Christ The Redeemer on top of it.

He's there like he's looking down on all us. The living ones and the dead ones too !

On the left side of the image, on the side of the hill we see a new slum that is growing ... and the poor and miserable people living there have a panoramic view to the graves and the buildings of the big city of Rio de Janeiro on the background.

That is Diversity.

That is our society.

That is Life & Death
If you would like to see a "color version" of this image, while listening to a sound played on piano and feel the "mood" of the scene, please go to my own blog at : http://ayrton.com/360/archives/596 and please live your comments to me there.

Thanks. Ayrton

It's not WHAT you shoot. It's the WAY you shoot.

Latin America / Brazil

Lat: 23° 58' 29.16" S
Long: 44° 12' 20.3" W

Elevation: 10m

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Nikon D300 / Sigma fisheye 8 mm f:4.5 / handmade monopod / wireless RC

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