Photography: The Black and White Project Revisited: Days 9-10: April 5, 2016 and April 6, 2016
As I’ve said in a previous post, a photography project like this is a lot like writing. There are some days where it seems incredibly easy and all the cylinders are firing at full speed — and everything is inspiring. Then there are days in which you sit down to work and it takes you 45 minutes to type out a sentence or two. And instead of writing you wind up repeatedly revising that same sentence until you feel as though you’re losing your mind. Admittedly, day 9 of the project felt that way to me. I got a late start and decided on wandering around Times Square where I’d have enough light to do anything I wanted to do; however, there wasn’t much that caught my attention besides a different set of boring tourists taking selfies and group shots.
But before I went above ground, I was walking through the Times Square, A,C,E, N, Q, R,S, 1,2,3 and 7 station I did catch some hideous — in my humble opinion — artwork through the station that at various points I wanted to capture, and for some reason I didn’t until now.
(Photo Caption: Some hideous artwork in the Times Square station.)
Yesterday was an extremely full and busy day in which I was in 3 of New York’s 5 boroughs and with the exception of a brief 40 minute stop at home, I had been out and about over 16 hours. It was fun but exhausting.
(Photo Caption: It’s good to know that JaRusse was here. I can say that I was where JaRusse once was. I call that bragging rights.)