As if it were predicting the affect Hurricane Sandy would have on the United States' most trafficked city, the New York City Empty America time lapse by Ross Ching captures the city that never sleeps in a lifeless manner.
From Madison Square Garden to Time Square, Ross Ching films the great New York City without any inhabitants. The peaceful aura around this particular time lapse comes from the video taping of lifeless subway stations and calm train stations. As if all the people in the world had disappear, the Ross Ching Empty America series focuses on the demise of human kind and the beauty of urban surroundings. The series focuses on the architecture of these cities and emphasizes a deep connection with the person watching the time lapses.
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