This building faces west. Unless it doesn’t.
My memory maintains that this bank of windows faced west, catching the late-afternoon sun. That may be true.
It is equally likely that they faced north and the glow is reflected light from a tall building nearby.
Most of the time I have a good sense of direction. There are a few places, though, where I always get lost. San Antonio, Texas: I can get lost walking around the block. Espanola, New Mexico: pretty sure I will end up permanently circling that place one of these days, looking for the highway to Abiququ. And Boston: I never knew WHERE I was, other than “in Boston.” And even that might not have been accurate, because I sure could have been in Charlestown or Cambridge or…
Also: I am going on a bit of a vacation. To someplace without much internet access. The posts will continue, and please leave comments. I will answer them as I can, and promise to get to all of them sooner or later. The internet and I will reconvene on July 7.
Posted on June 28, 2013, in Photography and tagged 365 photo project, architecture, black and white photography, boston, melinda green harvey, one day one image, photo a day, photography. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.