A linear perspective of City College

 

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Photos by Eder Melo

By Ekevara Kitpowsong

Photos by Eder Melo

Sometimes we are too busy to look around at our surroundings the sky, the buildings and classrooms and appreciate them with our naked eye, but not so for City College photography student Eder Melo. After taking a couple of photography classes at City College, he made a habit of walking around the campus with his camera. Since then, his perception of the campus has changed.

Melo captured the beautiful moments and subjects around Ocean Campus. The images focus on the often overlooked geometric cylinder, horizontal and vertical lines found at City College. Each photo tells a tale of the peaceful times and down- times when students aren’t running to class.

Check out more photographs by Melo on his Instagram @Miglu_Miglu or on his Flickr www.flickr.com/Miglu

Interested to submit your images? Send submissions to our photo editor: Ekevara Kitpowsong at ekitpowsong@theguardsman.com

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