Dining Light

By: Gustav Hoiland

Aug 27 2013

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/16
Focal Length:24mm
ISO:100
Shutter:2 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Boylston Overlook

One of these days I’ll shoot a space in the evening. Only then will I escape my feeble color correcting and the petty uncertainty of not having a total grasp on a necessary technique.

And also, jackhammer operators. Why must thee plant thyself so near my window. Quiet is something I’m increasingly excited about at the new apartment on its quiet little road. Though that has me wondering now if I could ever make it in the thickness of Manhattan that I’ve so adored for years.

Not too long ago there was some buzz about the soaring residential towers going up there, in excess of 80 stories. The part that stood out to me was just how darned quiet they said the units were, even on terraces. The city? It’s blocks away beneath you. The sound can hardly climb up through the haze.

We’ll see. And hear.

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