The photographer was able to capture people in the same places many years later.
Daily routine, you love it or hate it – an integral part of life for most of us. Especially for residents of cities. Danish photographer Peter Funch (Peter Funch) spent nearly 10 years photographing new Yorkers hurrying to work.
A series of photographs, which are comprised in the 42nd and Vanderbilt, covers the period from 2007 to 2016. All photos were taken between 8:30 and 9:30 in the morning. During the editing process Fun realized that his pictures some people captured a few times – sometimes these pictures are shared.
“You would hardly believe that you will find people who are faithful to their daily rituals. That’s the thing about new York: people are just doing the same thing day after day.”
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