Make Everything Better -- Boston, MA
Meet Me At Your China Pearl -- Boston, MA
It's Nothing, She Said -- Boston, MA
If My Heart Had Windows -- Boston, MA
Take Off Your Colors For a While -- Boston, MA
How Long -- Boston, MA
Football Afternoon -- Boston, MA
Love Song -- Boston, MA
Point to Point -- Boston, MA
The Angrier Animals -- Boston, MA
Drift Into Infinity -- Boston, MA
Release -- Boston, MA
God's Law -- Boston, MA
Back in the East -- Boston, MA
I just finished watching the documentary "A Constructive Madness." The documentary chronicles the important work that Frank Gehry did on the Lewis House -- an ambitious architectural project that was designed but never built, but which served as a test tube of sorts for countless ideas by Gehry that would later be developed in other projects around the world. It's a wonderful documentary on art and architecture that I'd highly recommend. Thanks to +Scott Jordan for getting me a copy of it. :)
While visiting Idaho last week Scott introduced me to Susan Desko who worked with Gehry on the Lewis house and is featured in the documentary -- we visited an amazing home designed by her that felt frozen in time as a work in progress. I'm going to try to work on photos of that remarkable home in the next few weeks. In the meantime here's a photo of one of my favorite Gehry buildings, the Stata Center at MIT.
Shredded -- Boston, MA
Even Born Again -- Boston, MA
I took this phone with my Samsung Galaxy Nexus in Boston a few years ago.
I went by the +Verizon Wireless store today to buy an iPhone. They told me 3 to 7 weeks. Maybe that's God's way of telling me I should just wait for the next version of the Nexus to come out instead. ;)
Thanks to +Rosa Golijan for giving me advice on what phone I should buy earlier today. She rocks.
I'm not sure what this photo has to do with my phone, except that I took it with my phone and I don't take many photos with my phone.
The photo is of the Stata Center at MIT, a Frank Gehry building, one of the architects I most admire.
The title of this photo comes from a Sarah Jaffe song:
"The rain had come to make it new
to clear our minds from all the dew
the sky was watercolor thin
and our mouths were open wide
I'm even born again."