You might only notice your local sanitation workers if your trash doesn’t get hauled away on time. But a photography project by garbage collectors in Hamburg, Germany will have you seeing the people who empty your dumpster every week in a different light. The aptly named Trashcam Project started in March after a group of workers-cum-amateur photographers teamed up with a local creative agency and got some pointers from a professional. Now they’re documenting the city they help keep clean by turning dumpsters into gigantic pinhole cameras.
This was very interesting. I remember the first time I ever felt a sense of unity. It was when I was part of a play at school and the togetherness I felt of all of us working hard, contributing to the preparation of the play was such an amazing, enlightening, uplifting feeling. I also felt it intensely as a member of my tennis team in college. It makes so much sense that soldiers would feel this sense of brotherhood and unity during war.
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