Panorama: "We're All Gonna Die: 100 Meters of Existence"

I just ran across this image. Its an interesting use of panorama, because it is about people rather than landscape. Simon Hoegsberg stood at the same spot on a railroad bridge in Berlin and shot 178 people over a period of 20 days. Then he stitched the images together into an image than is 100 meters long. All but a few of the people were unaware that he was shooting. I found it fascinating--what do you think?--David Schonauer

I just ran across this image. It's an interesting use of panorama, because it is about people rather than landscape. Simon Hoegsberg stood at the same spot on a railroad bridge in Berlin and shot 178 people over a period of 20 days. Then he stitched the images together into an image than is 100 meters long. All but a few of the people were unaware that he was shooting. I found it fascinating--what do you think?--David Schonauer