Ricoh Gr3 handheld.
Etch-A-Sketch. Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Super intricate tunnels I now view every morning at Atlantic Terminal in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. The 4, 5, 2, and 3 come through this intersection.
I sometimes want to walk these tunnels at this location. The beautiful mess of these used/unused tracks tangling together would give me insane aesthetic pleasure. But considering the train traffic, it might be the last walk I ever take.
I love how the darkness can swallow the light. This is why I like photography and film. My favorite films are among those that use noir/neo-noire lighting techniques. There is a certain rawness aesthetic that I cannot shake.
I often think about what it would be like if the world ended and I have to scavenge for food/items. I like walking at night when there is no one around to fulfill this fantasy.
After passing this fork in the road three men crossed paths stopped and looked at each other in silence.
One man mumbled and asked for something.
They kept following their path.
Ricoh gr3, handheld, Prospect Park, Brooklyn
Prospect Park at night with my new ricoh gr3.
Handheld, can you believe this shit?!
Walking in the dark at night through unknown territory is the best feeling ever.
Perfect little street photography all manual camera.
Expect to see NYC through my eyes. Starting now.
Camera: Ricoh GR3