Big City Double Exposure Photographs

Financial District, New York

Driving through a big city, there are so many things to look at yet our brains have a hard time retaining memories of all the little details. Award-winning photographer Doug Keyes created these magnificent multiple exposure photographs to document travel along a route or within a specific area. His goal was to record what the eye doesn’t see but the mind retains.

Says Keyes: “From the ubiquitous buildings of corporate chains to temporary car wash signs and monuments of long forgotten war heroes, each image is part of a larger Collective Memory project that attempts to answer the question: How do we know what we know?”


Ground Zero, New York


La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona


Louvre, Paris


Opera Garnier, Paris

Highway 101, Oregon


Boston Commons, Boston


New York Harbour Lights, New York


Duomo, Florence, Italy


International District, Seattle


Rainier, Seattle


Hollywood Boulevard, LA

Doug Keyes’ website
via [Photo Eye Gallery]





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