Monthly Archives: November 2009
This is how I know what neighborhood to move into: who has serious holiday lights? I’m talking decorating for Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day. So. I love my neighborhood. (I mean, if somebody decorated for Mardi … Continue reading
Fascinating angles, and one of those evenly gray days we get all too often. On the other hand, they’re kind of fun – lots of puddles to jump in, if that’s your thing, and even better, an excuse to wear … Continue reading
In downtown Boston, even. There are some genuinely wonderful juxtapositions to be had there. (I am still sad about that one really ugly building in Scollay Square, and I’m unconvinced that the neo-brutalist Lego aesthetic really works with the city, … Continue reading
Because, in fact, this too is a picture taken in the dark. As an experiment to find out what would happen to the texture of the plastic, and the light, if I photographed it with a camera that’s prone to … Continue reading
I’ve been taking a lot more dark pictures lately. Some of this is that it’s getting dark long before I get out of work these days, and I tend to notice things more at the end of my day. (That … Continue reading
Sometimes I think my phone camera thinks it’s smarter than me. But it’s wrong.