Monday, September 21, 2009







More MoMa moments, this past Friday. I have discovered places with low light and reflective walls. And I always am drawn to escalators. MoMA's stairs are better lit than its escalators....like a hosta, I prefer the subdued glimmer of filtered light.






Then, the subway home..and now, the start of a new week. The E train southbound and the Penn Station platform. That evening I hoped and did make the 6:36 train.

Peace.

7 comments:

jgy said...

MoMa as a painting in motion...

Happy International Peace Day!

Mick said...

A lyric from Dylan comes to mind: "magic swirling ship".

layers said...

Yes, you mentioned you like the hostas-- I have a lot of them in my Zen gardens. I do see the edge of the glimmering light in your images.

Lisa Sarsfield said...

Wonderful to come here and see your wonderfulness again:)

Thankyou for you're warm comment and well wishes. I really liked that collage too although fresh eyes tell me I could have taken a better photo!
Wise quote...my youngest is Pearl...

The Green Stone Woman said...

Like I said before, I always like your MOMA photos and it's the light that does it. I think it is also the desire to walk around there myself and to be in that light and look at the art. I'm happy for you that you are able to go there so often.

Cory said...

I love these photos...very spiritual looking figures.

Stephen Magsig said...

These are wonderful, dreamlike. Maybe phones will be the new polaroid. Both have a look that is hard to achieve with traditional cameras. Beautiful work.