Slab & Glass

By: Gustav Hoiland

Jul 25 2013

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/11
Focal Length:24mm
ISO:100
Shutter:20 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
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The glass goes gone with the sun. All that remains of it are faint reflections of things in front of it. Wisps of light moving in step, but mostly nothing at all. Direct access to what’s behind it.

A brown box with new black instruments arrives tomorrow. The latest acquisition in a years-long habit of getting bored and buying my way out of the hole. To a degree. It’s not quite as brash as that.

The redeeming part of it all is that it works. And often in unexpected ways. Sometimes it demystifies an entire realm I hadn’t even known about. Occasionally it makes possible some good’ol fashion fun. And it inevitably leads to more than paying itself off whilst doing me better. In doubt there is reassurance that something will happen, always has.

Featherlight as a fat, three-legged bird.

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