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Grand Central Photograph - Transient Existance by Chris Lord

Transient Existance is a photograph by Chris Lord which was uploaded on March 21st, 2013.

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This is a wonderful piece, Chris, very priveleged to have this in the urban images group. I love the patterns of the stones and floor tiles, and the strained and emotionally disconnected look of the people. A great setting and quite a comment on the urban experience!

Chris Lord replied:

I truly appreciate that followup comment Steve. Good of you to say that. Thanks very much and thanks for running a great group where I feel I can belong, cheers.

My deepest GRATITUDE to STEVE BRESLOW for graciously conferring a FEATURE on this image in the group "URBAN IMAGES" Many thanks Steve, I'm very honored, cheers.

I'm very GRATEFUL to JOANNA MADLOCH for kindly awarding a FEATURE to this piece in the group "ICONIC NEW YORK CITY" Thanks very much Joanna, cheers.

Congrats on your feature in All About New York State!

Chris Lord replied:

That's very much appreciated Marisa, thank you kindly, cheers.