We are increasingly interacting with our phones rather than one another, whether with people walking by or the people we’re with. The screen also often holds our eye more than where we are, even when beside something as dynamic as the SF Bay and Golden Gate Bridge.
Eric Pickersgill, in his “Removed” photo series, edited out smartphones to reveal how lonely our world has become.
I saw this on My Modern Met and I thought it simple yet brilliant. It’s interesting when we turn the mirror on ourselves.
Well put and thank you for mentioning My Modern Met…it’s fantastic!