Thursday, May 13, 2021

52 Frames. Year 6. Part 2.

52Frames makes the year feel like it's flying! Loving the themes and my shots so far this week. 

Week 11: Color Relationship
Week 12: Window Light
Week 13: Slow Shutter Speed
Week 14: Fast Shutter Speed 
Week 15: Trapped
Week 16: Edited By Someone Else
Week 17: Nature
Week 18: Fabric
Week 19: ISO 100

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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

KAWS: What Party?

I saw my first Kaws sculpture in Detroit the summer before last and fell in love with his quirky statues. The Brooklyn Museum has a huge exhibit of his sculptures or companions as he calls them and of course we had to see it! His history is very cool, originally a grafitti artist he fell into creating these companions as his work developed. Each is oddly eery and whimsical in its own way.
Kaws’s works bring in popular icons, emotion, and cultural elements. So many of his pieces are shaped by a range of emotions such as love, friendship, loneliness, and distance. For sure an exhibit I won't forget and am so glad I got to see!

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Monday, May 10, 2021

The Good. The Radom. The Fun. v. 19

The Good: 
It was a great Teacher Appreciation Week at school. Big lawn sign, dinner, breakfast, challah and wine - the PTA went all out).

The Random:
Seen at a rest stop on I-87 heading north. I have many questions...

The Fun:
We went to a fun Women in Food and Farming fair to see a friend and we also got to see Alpacas!

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Sunday, May 9, 2021

Scav Hunt Sunday: City and Chalk

Urban:
New highrises in Hudson Yards

Wood:
When chopped wood becomes art?

 Petals:
Pretty orange petals.

Lights:
Mason jar lights. Tre trendy.

Colors:
Fun chalk wall in Brooklyn.

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Thursday, May 6, 2021

Moynihan Train Terminal

Penn Station has long been an underground eyesore in midtown. Buried beneath Madison Square Garden it was just, well for lack of a better word... "blech" -- especially compared to Grand Central. Well, no more! The new Moynihan Train Terminal finally opened. Across the street from the garden, behind/under the US Post Office building and it is stunning. 
Light-filled, sleek, spacious - just amazing! The subway entrances and tunnels are still mid-face lift but it is such an upgrade for one of the biggest transit hubs in Manhattan. 

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Endale Arch

Not far from the entrance into Prospect Park from Grand Army Plaza is the Endale Arch, one of the first architectural structures built in the park 150 years ago. It was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead and designed to blend in as pedestrians made their way to the great meadow.
It was recently restored and it is just gorgeous as it was in the 1860s. Such amazing tones of natural wood, high arches, natural stone, and little alcoves. Such a great gem in another amazing city park. 

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