Inside the Met

This blog has a few more images than I usually do at one time but I think that they present the activity and humanity of the museum. The first image, for me is a kind of classic because it raises the sense of common objects to something more personal and interesting (for me).  I also like to look at pictures (paintings), people and people looking at paintings. What great fun!

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NYC Trip

Alice and I recently went to NYC for a week and the next few blog s will be from that trip, starting with our airport, GSP. in Greenville, SC. Airports are not my favorite place to sit around in and do nothing, so I take photographs of what folks do in their “spare ti,e”. I enjoy the images of people reading, resting or sewing. The wheelchairs seem to have their own conversation going.

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The Airport Experience

Sitting in airports, while not the most fun available in the world, gives me a chance to be still, look at my surroundings and think about what I am seeing. The first image represents the sense of being alone while surrounded with people; the second and third images have a wonderful cognitive dissonance with the health care ads juxtaposed with donut ads and finally the gentleman with the very short haircut sitting facing the opposite direction from a lady with very big hair. It’s all good.NYC 5_2015-001-2 NYC 5_2015-004-2 NYC 5_2015-002-2-Edit NYC 5_2015-007-2