It’s been done before, but I like the partial view of the bus lane sign and the white line.
I’ve been using my street photography recently to spy on the goings on in Flatland. ‘Flatland‘ is a book written by the mathematician Edwin Abbott, about geometric creatures who live in a two-dimensional world. Parking lots are great places to see lines, circles and (dangerous) pointy triangles. The dotted rubber mat indicates that there is […]
Looking through my photographic archives, I found that my fascination with white lines on the street dates back decades. I took the photograph below from the sidewalk atop the 59th Street Bridge, a link between Manhattan and Queens. Looking at this photo, I get a feeling of traveling back in time (well before the 1990s) […]
Here is a photo of a portion of a parking lot space divider. It looks like it could have been painted by a brush. It doesn’t look as if a can of spray paint was used. The line does serve its purpose and reminds us that there is room for life on some roadways. Not […]
Now and then, the most mundane subjects attract my attention. I liked the way these two lines intersected.