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Every morning (and probably every night, though I’m too tired to notice) I pass this bike. And while I don’t have a bike, I think this might be one of the coolest bikes in the city. But I don’t have much to judge by … except all the other bikes I walk past. None of which, okay maybe one or two sweet-ass Raleighs, are nearly as sweet as this bike.

So, I took its picture. Don’t you totally agree it deserved it? Yeah, I thought so, too.

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Things Are Looking Up., originally uploaded by mebore.photography.

Layers.
Depth.
Exquisite.



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Paint, originally uploaded by mebore.photography.

The spray paint on this van reminds of The Cure song “10:15 on a Saturday Night” … and the tap … drips under the strip light. Only in this case, replace strip with street.

On an oppressively hot Wednesday, a little bit of color seems just right. Thanks, East Village!



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Loving these late Spring / early Summer days with crisp walks to the office and warm, leisurely walks home (when I can get out of work at a reasonable hour).  I love St. Mark’s in-the-Bowery.  I think it’s a charming church, and it always catches my attention.  Even when the roses aren’t blooming like crazy little gremlins crawling up the side of everything.

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Cement Cylinders, originally uploaded by mebore.photography.

Trying to get the right balance of urban (see above) and unexpected beauty (see previous flower and creation postings). These cylinders just struck me. They were piled up on the street with neon orange fencing keeping traffic from driving into them … or at least hoping to keep traffic from driving into them.

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without protection and attention.

Walking down Lafayette to meet friends for a wine tasting, I was struck by this panel painting of Creation by Michelangelo from the Sistine Chapel. Wow. Nice job.

Unfortunately time and the elements have taken their toll, which is true of life and civilization in general.

This project … A Photographed Life … has helped me become more aware of my surroundings. It helps me look for the beauty that is around me or to see things in different ways. I wonder how many times I’ve walked past this, and never looked up and over to see it? What else am I missing? What else are you missing?

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