For a series of unique New York City photographs, Navid Baraty takes to new locations to shoot the popular city streets from an angle most don‘t get the chance to see in the series “Intersection”. The photographs show views most people have seen before, but at an angle that makes it seem less intimidating.
“Anyone who’s walked around a city looking up at the grandeur of the towering buildings knows how small you can feel amid such giants,” he writes on his Behance page. “I wanted to instead look down from those dizzying heights and capture a surreal and altered perspective on the familiar chaotic but rhythmic life below. While there’s undeniable beauty in abstracting architecture into angles and reflections, I was attracted even more by the unique character of each city that could still be perceived from far above.”
For more of Baraty’s work, visit his website.