At the end of this summer I went to my first November Project. In Philly, early on Wednesday and Friday mornings you can meet a bunch of people and have a fun workout. I’m no morning person, but I can’t deny I had a good time.
While I was there on one occasion I took a blurry photo standing on the steps of the art museum and looking out to the skyline. I was trying to give everyone a clear view of how awake I was in that moment.
When I went back through my phone in October to find images I liked for my MLaSTMP series I couldn’t stop looking at this one. I loved the shapes and colors created by the lights of a just awakening city.
I wanted to keep this simple so it’s more about the colors, shapes and compositions. Enjoy:
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This post is part of my series My Life As Seen Through My Phone.