One can argue the many benefits of owning a cellphone. You have instant connection to almost anyone, anywhere on the planet, realtime access to information at one’s fingertips. Answers are available to virtually any question we can think of as they relate to our daily lives: Where is the most popular restaurant in my city? What new movies are playing? Is the weather nice enough to hang out outside? Nonetheless, when we finally walk into that trendy hotspot, pick our seats at the theatre to watch the next big Hollywood blockbuster or step outside to enjoy the sunshine, we rarely savour these moments as we’re still attached to our cellphones. It has become the norm for people of all ages and walks of life to be literally attached to their mobile devices. The most essential elements of human interaction, whether it be simple eye contact, a smile or small talk are being lost. London-based photographer Babycakes Romero is tackling the world that technology has created in a series of photos he took in his city. The interesting thing is, these photos can be a metaphor for any city or neighbourhood around the globe. Take a look at his pictures below, and start a conversation with someone about it. Find more of Babycakes Romero’s work at [Babycakesromero.com](http://babycakesromero.com/)
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