Absent Development

By: Gustav Hoiland

Aug 18 2014

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/8
Focal Length:24mm
ISO:100
Shutter:4 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Nearby Night

I do like it. The absence of height and polish. I departed the apartment in search of the new, or rather that which is new but has not had its appearance commissioned for digital eternity. A thicket of parked SUV’s blocked one building I was hoping to capture so a pleasant evening walk it became.

This is down the street from the new home, en route to the Chinatown bus station (sidewalk) where an early morning coach awaits my weight. The rolling rectangle that wooshes me to Boston every week for work. In the absence of clients in the new city I have become a coastal commuter. So long as the work is good and appropriately lucrative I am happy to travel. Four hours of reading, really.

Monday in lowerish Manhattan.

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