Wednesday, August 19, 2009




















Yesterday - when I was young. Subway, platform, high rise and reverse commute back home ending in the Bellmore train station, near twilight. What a short not so strange trip it has been.

I have been working on taking more frontal shots rather than just from the back. Good results - a couple here are very good.

Some here are fairly abstract. Others not, not so much one style - instead what I can make happen (or more likely that which happens via fortune).

Is more less or less more? I am posting a lot of images. Mayne too many?

There is a woman above transporting a large harp. I have never seen that in my commuting life. It made me smile. My oldest son plays the string bass and I always admired those carrying small violas.

3 comments:

Mick said...

Too many images posted? Not for me. As for the work itself, allow it to take you where it will ... for now.

The Green Stone Woman said...

I think more is good. I like to look at a whole slew of them. It's like watching a film, a very, very fine film. Today was outstanding, both the moving and the still shots. I like how they alternated. I can't get enough of them, so yes please, always post many if you can, and hurray for the frontal shots!

The Artful Eye said...

We need more men! I still don't understand how women wear these severely pointed shoes all day and not writh in pain. I was young once, but now I'm old. They do look good on the leg.

I like musical instruments too, and have had my share in the youthful days of commuting with flute and guitar. Now I pick them up and wish to be good.

Nine working days until vacation.