I really like this picture, which I took in a ruined building in Maybrook, NY. The building has been so stripped and is in such a state of disrepair, that in a photo like this, there are very few cues as to the correct orientation of the photo. Is the camera pointing up at a skylight? Was the photo taken in landscape or portrait orientation? There are enough features to tell, but just barely. The image is almost abstract; it’s more about the lines and textures, the lights and shadows, than about the actual content.
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