17 thoughts on “quiet lot”

  1. The ceiling light entry point being diametrically opposed to the space in which the light is cast on the floor, down to even the direction of the two light complexes, it’s just, you know, Art. That’s Art.

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  2. The juxtaposition of the light against the shadowy carpark speaks to me a bit. Even in the darkness, the emptiness (in this case the lack of cars, but maybe in our lives at the moment this is not being able to see people in person) can be filled with light if we look for it in the right places at the right times. It’s not always easy to do, but we can do it.

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  3. Oh, that’s eerie! Beautiful photograph, but disturbing, too, like one of those movies about what the world would be like after a nuclear holocaust destroys all but a few survivors. Thank you, Peter, for sharing this image with us. Hope you are safe and well. Cheryl

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