Visit to the Union Station in Washington D.C.. I have been at the Union Station many years ago and was very interested to see what has changed since. Back in the 1980’s I didn’t have a camera with me, but this time I was taking my time to explore and document one off the most featured train station in the United State. All Pictures have been taken with a Pentax K-7 and Pentax 70-200mm, fisheye lens. Photo editing was done using Gimp 2.8-Linux.
Brutalism -- Searching Washington's Underground
My intent was to take these images "MetroArt" and to reduce this interior to its simplest forms—a space that is normally regarded as utilitarian, becomes a work of art. All images shouldn’t look like a train station at all. The lack of people elevates my understanding of this place. It begins to look like a futuristic amphitheater or the inside of a space station. These images transforms a set of escalators into a pair of sculptural monoliths. Enjoy these pictures that fully transform our understanding of these objects and interiors. This form of architectural design is called brutalism.
"Shadows & Lines"
New York City -- 01/2017
“New York City Architecture”, Spend a week visiting New York City to capture the New York City architectural around the corner neighborhood places. I had not a real plan, but just explored and let myself look behind or up some of the most common places to go. I wanted to show everyday views, everyday people see.