An Indefinite Transit Observation: Cold Changes Light.

I’ve decided to categorize this post under Arts & Culture because I don’t seem to have a category called ‘Slightly Excestential,’ which is what I think this post will kind of become, haha. I want to start doing some more of these Indefinite Transit Observations.

Hipstamatic App on the iPhone. Lens: Jimmy; Film: Ina’s 1969.

Light affects me so much. As the days get shorter and my natural Vitamin D intake begins to decrease, I cling to the little daylight I have left.

Hipstamatic App on the iPhone. Lens: John S; Film: Pistil.

But it is cold outside. Really cold, so I don’t really want to go outside. In all of my three New York winters I have never felt it get this cold, this fast.

Hipstamatic App on the iPhone. Lens: Helga Viking; Film: Pistil.

As the days become shorter, I’ve decided that the cold is what changes the color of light in this city of ours. Now it seems like dusk encroaches on the day as early as 3:30PM.

Hipstamatic App on the iPhone. Lens: John S; Film: Blanko.

The Sun, our only hope for warmth, escapes to go shine in some other city – probably somewhere in Australia. Fucking Kangaroos. (Nice prize for someone who guesses that reference first – comment on the post to get in touch!)

Enjoy the light!




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