One of the few shots where the post processing is simple enough to go through in a brief post:
Shot with digital modified dslr (doesn't matter which one)
Put directly into Photoshop where channel swapping (red and blue) is done (common technique with infrared to get the pinks to show as blue and visa versa.
Dunk straight into NIK Color Effex and use the Bleach Filter
Wait for it to dry (just kidding) and put into NIK Viveza where contrast was upped substantially in the background and brought down in the runner.
And then (this was all through the Lightroom version of NIK) export for the web file and that's the whole thing.
And that is about as short a post processing recipe as I've got. Even the b&w negatives generally require more work, even if it's just burning and dodging.
Oh where is it? The usual haunt: Central Park. I'm on an overpass looking down at Bridle Path.