Providence, the capital city of the teeny state of Rhode Island in the United States. Lemme share this little city with you as well as prepare myself to remember it before I leave it after my college graduation...

Thursday, June 29, 2006

Horsey...



Even though I've seen police on horses around town all the time, I've never quite seen a horse eating (at least I think it's doing) from a trailer. Now I wonder what his police campanion is sweeping...

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Light on brick



This is the back of a restaurant building just across the street from school. I was intrigued by the way the sunlight cast tree branch shadows on the back facade. I also liked the irregularity of the shadow formation juxtaposed with the rigid design of the windows on the exterior facade...

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Fencing for what



I cannot believe that I have been away from Daily Photo Blog for almost 3 weeks. A lot has been happening since the last day of classes, and so I haven't had the opportunity to take good photos for the blog.

Today's photo shows a line of uneven fencing wrapping around a piece of unused land situated downtown. Although Providence is a small city, it is rare to a piece of land left unused for an extended period of time. No information was posted up on the prospect of the land...

Thursday, June 01, 2006

Another long path...



When I came passed this area where I took this photo, it was quite bizarre (mentally). The time was 4:30pm on a mildly cloudy day — not too bright, not too dark. Yet, this lamp post was on right in the middle of the pedestrian walkway. Furthermore, this long wide yet emptry pathway (which leads to the @ public library) gave this surreal moment for me. Many workers from the surrounding commercial/office buidlings were out for a cigarette break. But they were just sort of standing there smoking quietly. I dunno. Maybe it was the weather. Maybe the lit lamp post. Maybe it was just my weird imagination. The feeling was quiet unfelt before. It's almost indescribable. Unfortunately, the photo does not do justice to how I felt. But this local will remain memorable for me whenever I pass it again in the future. Maybe a different weather condition and time of day will render a totally different feeling.