With the Passing of Time


Posted on: May 22, 2008

\sub-REP-shun\ | noun

1 : a deliberate misrepresentation; also : an inference drawn from it

The first link is for a company who’s tagline reads “Innovation. Research. Security. Reliable technology.” I can’t tell you what it does because they don’t really have a Web site. They have a link to take you to their blog which makes you think it’s a tech firm. So do you have confidence in a tech company without a Web site? Not so much.

The first picture is titled “The Subreption of a Chess Player Gone Mad.”

I must say this photographer has a distinctive style. Creepy but distinctive. If you dare, click and see more of his collection.


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