ˈfōtō ˈfôrtˌnīt frīdē


This building, 100 11th Avenue by Jean Nouvel, is an amazing jumble of frames when viewed from street level. Even though I took the photo and know the building I still can’t work out what is going on with all these angles.


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  1. Wilhelm Figueroa

    Those frames are like the people of this planet. They each have their space/place within the overall structure but some are far bigger than others and face in different directions.

    In this life I have a very small footprint. My frame is in your picture somewhere. I just can’t see it. The bigger frames are presidents, captains of industry, leading researchers and significant artists. Remove a small frame and no one will notice. A bigger one calls for replacement or for people to come and mourn its loss.

    Thank you for your artistry.


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