I am taking fewer butt shots, but now more breast shots, apparently a side effect of head on traffic photography. I cannot win.
Can you find the token man photo? I know.
I like the very abstracts here. Lately I more often to "shoot and create" versus "shoot and capture." Not sure if I am making sense. I am taking a lot of pictures and the subject matter is less important than the results. Finding the "spirit" versus the "reality."
All of these images below are Penn from Thursday's morning commute. No train, no subway, no MoMA.
Speaking of MoMa I saw a preview of Monet's Waterlilies exhibit - about eight canvases, two quite large. Took some photos inside....will post soon. May go back tomorrow so I get there before open to the public - less crowded now. In New York cost and space are factors.
I am far from a fashion expert, but I think scarves are an important accessory this fall.
OK, a subway first - a woman carrying a surfboard - not a more transportable short board but a long board more than seven feet long.....
"I wish they all could be California girls."
Even better - "Pet Sounds" CD. in mono. I got the Beatles remastered set in Mono, but it is a "collector's item" and I have not opened the box. They were only going to make 10,000 copies and due to demand the record company decided to increase the number of this limited set. I know I will open it sometime....
I am listening to the remastered stereo "White Album." As an oversimplification, so far the Beatles remastering has done marvels to Paul's bass lines and to John's voice. There is much greater separation and you hear with greater clarity many of the layered and layered and layered overdubs.
"While my guitar gently weeps."