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Monday
Dec052011

Up To Speed

It seems like the further we progress in life, the faster things move. The world is a giant roll of paper towels; the further along we go, the faster things spin. When I was young, stomping the ground and kicking rocks, time seemed to crawl by. Summer break was an eternity and once returning to school, my peers and I were different people. As time has gone by, finding myself in an age of glorified puberty - a time when I am getting gray hairs in funny places and developing weird feelings for staying indoors - a month seems to start and finish as fast as a re-run of "Herman's Head." Just as I was starting to believe that I would wake up one day and find myself on the brink of going senile from old age, I found the work of Lazarus Pachigalla which made everything slow down. 

Mr. Pachigalla is able to see through the madness of the increasing speed of the clock and bookmark beautiful images with his lens. He doesn't allow the world to fly by without taking notice of everything that surrounds him. While I admire his photography, I don't feel caught in the whirlwind of passing time. It is just me and the image in front of me. Time ceases to exist. 


 

Slow down time and receive updates from Mr. Pachigalla. 

 

Lazarus Pachigalla | Daly City, California

Once worked as a spy in the digital start-up world. One of his missions was to gain access to Mark Zuckerburg's liquor cabinet. The mission was a success. 

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    A reasonable time should be spent on decision making because time spent in universities mould a student into altogether new form. In such time experiences of adults should be kept in mind. Their problems and ways through it help a lot in making a better decision.

Reader Comments (2)

Persistence is just awesome. The blues and reds are really beautiful.

January 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAlex Friedman

I was just going through your old posts. Thanks for featuring me man, it has been an honor.

September 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLazarus Pachigalla

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