Here's an image in the same vein as yesterday's photograph. Again, I chose to present it here because I believe there's something about it that transcends its rather boring formal qualities.
I took this a few years ago and I still remember why I did so. There's a Hopper-ish sense of isolation here; loneliness on a non-personal level. That is, there really isn't a heavy meaning or statement conveyed on a personal level. The moment and setting was overwhelmingly devoid of contact. Emotionally and physically. Everything had stopped.
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