|Under Construction. 35mm. New York City|
On a rainy day in 2013, I decided to head to the Chelsea neighborhood in NYC. Walking aimlessly, I snapped a photo of this incomplete building.
Buildings in construction remind me of metal monstrosities coming to life. Their steel beam limbs could crush me if they weren't imprisoned to the ground.
|Splattered. 35mm. New York City|
Turning onto a one way street, I noticed this facade of a closed art gallery. The wall felt alive; white paint seeping and spreading to the sidewalk, as if the wall itself was bleeding profusely (even though the paint was assuredly dry). The creature on the wall was like a hunched over gorilla, skulking past, oblivious to onlookers.
|Body Works. 35mm. New York City|
Another shot of the same closed art gallery. I wish I could have a wall just covered in signs like these, withered by time, the paint chipping from the letters.
|View From The Highline. 35mm. New York City|
I took this image while strolling along the Highline, an abandoned railway system that had been converted into a park. I like street views like these and I hope to take more in the future.
When it warms up a bit more in NYC, I'll definitely will be going on more adventures!