Readerpix: More Pier A Park!

7/9/2009:

Hoboken411 reader Israel Flores sent in this (what I called “surreal”) photo of Pier A Park.

Hoboken411 reader photo of the day – 7/9/2009

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PS – Israel is looking for some part-time summer work… Do any of you know of places that need help? He seems quite technically adept (good with photo and video editing) – but seems competent to do about anything… send me an email if you have any leads!

[Stay tuned for tomorrow’s Readerpix entry! – Note: one reader’s photo(s) will be featured each day at approximately 11am. Unless your photo is time-sensitive – it will be published in the order it was received! Additional note: Your pictures will have a better chance of being published if they’re in “landscape” mode, as opposed to the taller “portrait” modes… ]

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4 Comments on "Readerpix: More Pier A Park!"

MidnightRacer
Member

Well, it’s a Shitty World.

Or, as Adam Lambert would, Mad World…

MidnightRacer
Member

Nice shot.

It gets me wondering (which all great work inspires).

What if the human population were so tiny that all of us could populate a submerged marble sitting at the bottom of a toilet bowl, and we stared up into space and marveled at the change in the heavens.

Some days we’d gaze up at skies painted Mr. Clean Blue, or we’d shelter ourselves from heavy downpours oddly concentrated into a single stream or randonly split in two.

Could we even see cloudy days like this and wonder why the clouds remind us of a sky full of wet tissue.

mooshu
Member
mooshu

You’re amazing.

In response to MidnightRacer who said:
Nice shot.

It gets me wondering (which all great work inspires).

What if the human population were so tiny that all of us could populate a submerged marble sitting at the bottom of a toilet bowl, and we stared up into space and marveled at the change in the heavens.

Some days we’d gaze up at skies painted Mr. Clean Blue, or we’d shelter ourselves from heavy downpours oddly concentrated into a single stream or randonly split in two.

Could we even see cloudy days like this and wonder why the clouds remind us of a sky full of wet tissue.

mooshu
Member
mooshu

Ominous! I love it.

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