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This is Bruno – he works at the real Sector 7G – he has so many more dials to look at today, he’d rather be out watching the new Simpsons Movie!
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this is really great. plus, bruno is lucky to have such an interesting place to be.
such a crisp image, wonderful lighting
Do you think Bruno knows what to do if the light in the far left corner starts to flash?Are we puting to much responsibility on machines.What if that light means meltdown?
Magnificent! That’s all that needs to be said!
Sector 7G revisited, The random patterns, colors and shapes of the control gear is fantastic as is the tiled floor leading up to Bruno. The lighting is fantastic as is Bruno’s relaxed pose. Would love to see a longer exposer when something is going wrong. Great work yet again Paul
I’m not sure I want to see a photo of something going wrong!! eeek! This would be a classic with your “Always the last to leave” graphic work….or that could just be me thinking out loud.
This really is nice — reminds me of the Jetsons.
I really like this Paul. There is so much to look at, to keep the eyes busy. You have a real signature tone about your photos – I can’t quite put my finger on it but its a certain light . This has it. An almost 50’s era patina of lime greens and old analogues – I would expect Bruno to be wearing horn rimmed glasses and to have a pens clipped into his breast pocket.