Second Rail

By: Gustav Hoiland

Sep 18 2012

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/2
Focal Length:50mm
ISO:1600
Shutter:1/60 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Downhill Perspectives

Naturous threats of tempest hardly delivered. A firm breeze was all I felt. The windows will go mostly up regardless, in case she empties her sky buckets upon this very coastal city.

Boston as coastal never quite seems right. Sure we’re on some water, but it’s very rare that the actual ocean is glimpsed. There’s no salty sea spray carrying in the wind. Heck, the only easily accessible ocean-like waterfront we have is consumed by touristy attractions and condos.

This is the sister, double, complimentary, or otherwise pair-completing railing to yesterday’s shot, which was from the other side of these stairs. The contours of the rail are only really discernible at larger sizes, so I’m uncertain of the overall effectiveness of it, the image. Makes you look.

No front railings at #19.

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