Monday, April 21, 2008

at the stop lights

That's a close-up of one of those "stop light boxes".
At many stop lights for walkers there are small yellow boxes. You can push them and when the lights turn green they usually start vibrating so that blind people know when it's save to cross the street. Often they make sounds, too.


Strangetastes said...

This is a prize-winning photograph. It could be in a contemporary art museum like the Tate in London or the Whitney in New York. Powerful image and rich texture. I have not been by your blog much (there are so many!) but if this the quality of your work you're on my favorites list.

Burd Zel Krai said...

Agreed strangetastes.
This photo is really special, MoMa-esque.
It has some odd powerful attraction; I say odd because it's something so mundane.
This and the daffodil and graves photo are gems!
It really takes something special in a photographer to bring out magic moments in their city consistently, and you do that!