Posts tagged ‘window’

April 13, 2016

No more troubles

Dublin
No more troubles
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September 21, 2015

Postmodern window

Out the other way, or inward. Some kind of view. NYC.
Postmodern window
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April 10, 2015

Day window

A poem about New York City.
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March 24, 2015

Hotel block, NYC

I’m not very fond of hotels. They seem to stand against everything it means to be in a place, but if you want to visit they’re your lifeline. Big and vapid, they offer just enough to support life, but never enough for a full one. Even when luxurious I find them culturally bleak, artistically flawed. In their dry-eyed, 24-hour spin they present a microcosm of extremes: wasteful opulence against the squeaky wheels of myriad laundry carts. A view through a dirty window.
Hotel block, NYC
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January 15, 2015

Curtain veil

October 14, 2013

In the window wall

Man, I’m struggling with making photos of late. I dislike leaving my space blank, and I’m even more disappointed to be talking about it again, so that’s it; I’m not talking about it anymore. I’m just going to post, move on, post again. I need to get into a new flow of making, making making. That’s the end of the fee-dragging. Time to get going.

TODAY’S PHOTO: IN THE WINDOW WALL
Things in windows and people along walled-in settings have been catching my eye lately – or rather how things in windows and within spaces tend to blend together to create a compound feeling of space. I’ve been less-interested in technically created images and more into things that just kind look interesting in a very simple way. There’s something about catching them as they are without overthinking it but still putting a little creativity in there.
In the window wall
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February 24, 2013

Stuck inside with rain

I like it when heavy raindrops fall infrequently before a big storm. They’re all spaced out and get you really wet when they hit, and they fall kind of slanted like someone’s been throwing them downward imperfectly. It gets really dark and these heavy drips come fat. They draw lines down the screen door and sit spaced out on the windows.
Stuck inside with rain
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October 31, 2012

Eyes in the window

I spent much of the last 24 hours looking for something very Halloween-like to photograph. Nothing popped out, but my neighbor did light up the street with these fiendish eyes in his upstairs window. I’ve seen this sort of thing before, but it’s never been on my street. It beats the front-yard graveyard and orange lights in the bushes.
Eyes in the window
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September 11, 2012

The goods inside

Yes, I know it’s crooked. I took it that way. The walls of the Gourmet Hut have this imperfect perfection to them. They don’t look straight, even if they are. At best they’re a bit off, but aren’t we all? I never went inside to sample any of the ingredients beyond this open window. It appears they’re for smoothies and such. The workers must get eaten alive by the mosquitoes with no screens! Then again, the patrons have no place to sit but outside. Must be a gourmet thing.
The goods inside
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