Moving through the claustrophobia

  From the "Peripheral Visions'' collection of photographer, author (of the best-selling  The Death  of  Common Sense, among other books ) and civic leader Philip K. Howard.   Mr. Howard says that his images in this series "frame the repetitive patterns of daily landscapes that we feel but rarely consciously observe. Shot on 35mm film at slow shutter speeds to convey how most of us experience these moments, they are impressionistic, with large prints taking on a pointillistic quality.'' They seem tinctured with urban angst but also with aesthetic pleasure and even a kind of droll humor.   See his Web site: http://philipkingphoto.com/    

From the "Peripheral Visions'' collection of photographer, author (of the best-selling The Death of Common Sense, among other books) and civic leader Philip K. Howard.

Mr. Howard says that his images in this series "frame the repetitive patterns of daily landscapes that we feel but rarely consciously observe. Shot on 35mm film at slow shutter speeds to convey how most of us experience these moments, they are impressionistic, with large prints taking on a pointillistic quality.'' They seem tinctured with urban angst but also with aesthetic pleasure and even a kind of droll humor.

See his Web site: http://philipkingphoto.com/