Freeze & Boil

By: Gustav Hoiland

Sep 13 2012

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/8
Focal Length:50mm
ISO:3200
Shutter:1/60 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Light at Night

It occurred to me rather recently that I am a consumer of brews, both hot and hopped. Dripped and kegged. When making inroads or invitations with folk, asking if they’d like to grab a brew was insufficient given the doubleness. And when the doctors ask if I’m taking anything, I reply with only the brews (non-prescription), both of which seem entirely permissible as they nod through their checklists.

Just a bit of late observation here on the hill, of rectangular holding structures of inventoried goods. I read the other day about inventory being a waiting period, a bottleneck in the system. Just like a patient idling in the reception area, the products here are simply mulling about, taking their time until a hand grasps them.

I’d love to put someone in that chair. Make this a portrait. Maybe a very rectangular person, whatever that means, with a beer in one hand, coffee in the other.

To Friday.

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