Posts tagged ‘building’

May 17, 2016

Color chrome, Dublin

Color chrome, Dublin
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April 2, 2015

Shared space

Tapestry on 44th Street, NYC.
Shared space
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March 27, 2015

Nothing to photograph, NYC

Friday feeling like a Monday
Plane crashed by its pilot
Something radical and new
Nothing new under the sun
I forced myself to ignore Times Square
Nothing to photograph in New York City
Nothing to photograph in NYC
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March 5, 2015

Drawn and quartered

Bull market; passive fist.
Drawn and quartered
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January 16, 2015

Repetitive crescendo

Verse-chorus-verse. Chorus.
Repetitive crescendo

September 11, 2014

A sliver and slices

The moon and some color, or is it a moon and the color?
A sliver and slices
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September 10, 2014

Sunspot scraper

The best time of day in Chicago to take photos is that sliver of change between golden hour and blue hour where the sun is just barely hanging above the horizon. You get crazy opportunities for bounced light off of skyscraper windows and plunging shadows forged by the cut of the super-long shadows. I’ve been looking at Eggleston too much recently, which is cliche and I should probably stop talking now.
Sunspot scraper
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August 13, 2014

Recreating the sky

Assembled by Google robots working overtime, directly overhead, in broad daylight. It’s a mosaic, really.
Recreating the sky
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June 11, 2014

Orthodromic pass

Shortly before five in the evening numerous planes leave O’Hare and make a northeastern arc toward Europe. It’s fascinating to watch them, one after another after another, all in a line. The paint jobs on the aircraft change, but they each follow the exact pattern on the way out. I watched this plane through a gap in the skyscrapers in the center of Chicago. As it cleared the eastern edge of the city it bent to the north, as expected. With only twin engines, however, I’m assuming it was headed to Toronto or Montreal.
Orthodromic pass
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June 6, 2014

Digital overcast

Head in the clouds better than head in the sand? Sky on a building.
Digital overcast
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