“What are you doing?” The woman asked me.
“Taking pictures,” I say. “Why?” she says.
“Many people ask me that question,” I say and continue taking pictures.
I try to explain how I noticed the piece of plastic, the fact that it was hollow and had little stuff in it, and that it played off the piano surface which often grabs my attention anyway.
“Look how the lights play off the surface,” she says.
“I know,” I say.
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The wall between Mexico and the USA, that is.
Private Manning’s Confidant – NYTimes.com
The author of this article, Bill Keller, was editor of the paper for a while. Interesting to hear him talk about journalistic ethics and responsibility in a democracy.
China Streamlines Its Cabinet – NYTimes.com
The shuffling of the weird and complex ruling system in China fascinates me.
Reported Drone Strike in Pakistan Kills 2 – NYTimes.com
This inhuman, extra-judicial killing continues.
Computer Algorithms Rely Increasingly on Human Helpers – NYTimes.com
The new secret weapon to make algorithms more efficient? People.
2 thoughts on “What are you doing?”
Your piano seems to have lots of scuffs, scratches and fingerprints…
It’s high gloss and doesn’t really give the same impression without the reflections.