On Seeing: A Journal – #237
Part 1 INSIDE (next week’s Journal: Part 2 OUTSIDE)
When out of the studio, I carry a camera. I’ve reserved this journal (“INSIDE”), and next week’s (“OUTSIDE”) for this time of year to show some of my favorite “odds and ends” found during walks in NYC, things that I saw and then composed and captured. There is so much pleasure seeing the world and savoring the images that abound.
In next week’s Journal, I write about making images outside.
INSIDE in New York City
Subway stations may all look alike but, in fact, each one is different. They are built mostly for their function and not often in for aesthetics. But if one looks – really looks – there is visual gold.
Museum of Natural History — an amazing place where one could
spend a month photographing and still not see everything.
Museum of Arts and Design at Columbus Circle, Midtown
Guggenheim Museum: Every time I’m there, I make this image…and it is always new.
A glass exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
New York State Theater at Lincoln Center
And, also from inside:
Through the window at the Time Warner Center, Columbus Circle and 59th Street.
Stairway at the Morgan Library
Ceiling of The Oculus at The World Trade Center transportation hub
Journal “The Awesome Oculus”- http://bit.ly/awesomeoculus
Despite rain, snow, sleet, freezing cold, or sweltering summers, there is so much to explore in the comfort of New York’s infinitely varied “inside” spaces.