“Often when you’re in the process of realizing an image, it’s going somewhere else. If that tangent starts going off in a place that feels more exciting, that’s what I go with.”
—Ursula von Rydingsvard
My new bag. Designed it today. The center is reflective material. Now I have to wait for them to make it. I’ve had the bag I currently use for 15 years, also a TIMBUK2. I dumped the old one in a washtub and gave it a shiny new finish; I think that bag will last forever. But I needed something a bit more client worthy so it was time.
No storms just leaning fences.
Wavy sands mimic the ocean.
The sun glistens.
I have been sitting here watching the sky. Dark clouds rolling in overhead. Still I am waiting for the first drops to fall before I dash to safety. It is good to feel a little rain and smell it coming on the wind.
Made me chuckle.
Out at the popup park near the seaport museum.
Would love to feel a shiver.
Discovered on my walk to the studio. Took a different rout due to bus detours for the Pride Parade. A beautiful surprise encounter.
All the gadgets you’d like to play with in one place. All these little devices are like a baby toy. Turn this, plug this in, push that. Is that Etch-A-Sketch electric?
A strange surprise. This would seem to indicate an industrial size sand castle. But alas it is the continuing saga of Sandy recovery along the Jersey shore.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted to walkphiladelphia now shortened to #walkPHL. But I have been making images all along. This image is one of many I have taken at this location. This is my favorite so far. All these wonderful irons seem perfect artifacts of Old City. On occasion I must admit that I want to open the door and grab a few to take home with me. The heft, the form, the purpose all intrigue me.
A view captured after having dinner and meandering around town. A surprise design and history experience in this storefront. I’m not sure which intrigues me more the organized documentary group photographs or the classic furniture. I’d love to have a reading room like this. So wonderful to window shop when everyone has gone to bed.