Sunday 11:49AM, “Across the Aisle”


Published by Keith Goldstein

Photographer, husband, dad, and passionate cyclist. Lives and works in New York City.

5 thoughts on “Sunday 11:49AM, “Across the Aisle”

  1. I love this setting. I have something similar on my camera…I think it’s called ‘toy train’ or something like that. It works so perfect in these photos, Keith. Nice!

    1. Thanks Lois.

      I’ve actually been digging through my archives for files that I’ve missed or just needed to let sit. Some images I felt have been telling me something. I just wasn’t ready to “hear” what they had to say. This was one of those things that have been germinating on my hard drive. I see it everyday, but the message wasn’t clear. Finally I saw it. I took these originally as a series, but just wasn’t sure. I dropped two images and let the three speak together. Sometimes it’s just like that. Some images scream. Some images just slowly raise up from the mire. There are times when silence is deafening.

      1. wow. Keith, this is great. And it makes so much sense. I wonder sometimes why something has sat there for long and then all of a sudden bing! A lightbulb goes off. This is a wonderful series. I really wish you would do more. It’s a whole ‘nother story.

  2. This looks like a strip of Kodak 127 pictures (my first camera, which I bought with box-tops for about $2, was a Kodak Hawkeye with this size of square negatives).

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