Front Perch

By: Gustav Hoiland

Jul 10 2012

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/8
Focal Length:149mm
ISO:1600
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Brick Lumber & Glass

Another observation on the commuterous routine. Seven weeks and counting until a relocational event will whisk me across town and deposit me in a new locale. The place, a studio walk-up on a dense street, feels a whole lot like New York. And I’m thrilled.

What a mix of materials we’ve got up here. Unpainted and painted wood, iron railing, brick and concrete with a wicker seat. And more. And it’s all earthen, right down to the reaches of summering plants below.

It sure looks homey. Very different than the stagedly-clean and near-sterile interiors I’ve ben examining in conjunction with the’ol night class in architectural photography. Perhaps mr./ms. 133 will be featured in some new indie magazine that highlights the picturesque homes of the normal.

To Wednesday.

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