Neighborhood Stroll

February 1, 2014

Every bit of brick, every motion or the lack thereof becomes something bigger than they are.

I enjoy being on the streets because there's so much to see. Stories are formed as I take each step and they come in many scenarios. Every bit of brick, every motion or the lack thereof becomes something bigger than they are.

For instance, that rooftop that turned into a rendezvous where the cool birds love to sit and observe people. I listen to the crows making noises outside and I wonder what they are talking about.

And there's the manner in which people expose their routine in public. Two pairs of yellow boots hang upside down on a makeshift wooden boot-dryer.

Or the cracks and holes that reveal new life growing in it.

And don't forget the things that people leave behind.

And the shadows that imprint themselves on our streets creating preview to a parallel world.

All these make me want to just take a walk until my feet hurt and my camera running out of space for new pictures.

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