Taking from Jeorge's suggestions, I'm going to attempt start to write more when I post. Which is hard since I don't really have much to say about my images (and my writing is riddled with mistakes). Maybe if i just start out with getting into why I went out and shoot it will help. Which honestly I was just bored and feeling really blah. You know what I mean? Just those days when you are at home and you have almost zero motivation to do anything. Those times scare me to death. I have this idea that I should always be busy. Always be creating or inspired or playing one of the many rolls I have to play on the day to day.
Anyhow, I was chatting with a friend and she said well just get out and go for a walk or something. So I did and I brought my Sigma super wide angle lens. Which isn't my favorite lens... actually it's the one I like the least. It isn't sharp on one side and it's too wide for what calls me to shoot it (portraits of buildings, corners, sidewalks, etc) and my 24 - 70mm has been acting up lately. I had a dope Canon but I figured I would always have access to it and I wanted to rent a fresh apartment in Paris so I sold it to ologie when we were picked up by them a few years back. Gotta learn to live with regrets and use what you got I guess.
Lately (since i shot that dumbo series) I realize how much i enjoy shooting these 4x5 crops of buildings in nyc. Maybe it's because of the scooter or maybe it's a way for me to shoot candids again since the bulk of my images library is filled with bkbooth pictures. Either way I went out in my 'hood and did a short loop (Classon, Fulton, Grand and Greene) and got a few portraits that I dig. Hope you do too.