New York was good. I saw it with different eyes than the last (and first) time. I could also see more of it than before and the little guy was with us this time. Some of the pictures are from Brooklyn - Red Hook, the others from Manhattan and Coney Island. Also from Metropolitan Museum of Art and Brooklyn Museum of Art.
It was so easy to take pictures in this church, everywhere I turned there was a scene ready to snap. The aesthetics of the run down was appealing to me. The run down and a sort of mish mash, pieces deposited at places randomly, things looked on the go. The church has been decaying, waiting to be fixed. It is full of treasures and I got carried away by the atmosphere. The cobwebs, flaking plaster, stuff being moved around, it is all part of it. It is alive.
I had a nice outing that was a part of my work. Something about technology of plaster. It was an amazing trip, I enjoyed all the goodies that had been thrown at me and that I hadn't expected. A great deal was this place, a cloister, that I had seen before but I liked it even more now. I like the way the buildings are run down and I wish they did not hurry to fix it.
More pictures to come.
The first one is a cover of Domik's fictitious ID for the computer game land. I have seen his friend even had a visa in his. They get into it, the little guys. Domik has his friend over and the stuff they chit chat about is completely mysterious to me. So early?! It is computer games' fault. The second one is a board for a Jurrasic dinosaur game. I like the little details on the edges. Again, I have no idea what they represent, I am sure it is something that has a reason to be there. DNA or that sort of things.