Curb on 83rd
Sort of fascinating to me anyway.
The first strip I did with the 35mm lens. Today it's raining, and
I shot the street with the 24mm. I can tell you for sure that I'm
getting some pretty strange looks from passersby. According to my
theory, this either means that I'm doing something interesting -
otherwise why would they be watching - or I've gone over the
edge. Either way is fine for now. As an aside, this second
strip, since it doesn't really connect with the first strip, I actually
shot with my back facing the curb, i.e. 180 degrees around. Also,
there were some tossed out trees and stuff that wasn't there yesterday
on the curb... I might have to do the second strip again after the
sanitation guys come by...
:: Of course, I quickly realize
that I don't need to actually use the pieces of the same street, so I
go around looking for a good manhole cover, and another curb that I
like etc. I have an idea for tomorrow - especially if it snows!
I'm expecting about 120 pounds of Kraft Mailers today (my supply for
the year) so I'm moving things around so there's a spot for them.
If you want a good place to get this sort of stuff, look at the
Stayflat Kraft Mailers at BrassPack.com. I've been buying stuff
from Brasspack for at least three or four years now, and they are very