A Boring View?

Yes, seated opposite this chest height window the view is boring, unremarkable, barely worth a glance; but turning to the left,  I can see a past the receptionist’s desk through sliding glass doors to a patio with glass balustrade overlooking the SE part of the city.  From all the treatment rooms there is a gorgeous panoramic view of Montevideo from about Pocitos, with Parque Rodo in the foreground and around to  Buceo in the distance and the River Plate stretching beyond which is great – as that’s where the patient does spend more time, after all.window waiting room 1 blog

 

I’ve been here many times, but the other day I ‘saw’ something I hadn’t ‘seen’ before – it wasn’t the clear graded sky. but that interesting edge formed by the building profile, as featured  here-window view blog

 

 

Finally, the cables are gone and its been fiddled with in other ways to reflect what I am thinking about in relation to that edge, and the subtle textures on the walls.  If ‘do’ something with it there may even be something textural that ‘grades’ the ‘sky’ area.  Maybe not – and the proportions might vary – but its tthat edge that grabs me…window waiting room edited  blog

Just as well I always have a camera with me, as I never know what I will come across to pop into this visual diary!

 

 

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One Response to “A Boring View?”

  1. Margery says:

    Never boring when you look as an artist. Thanks, Alison for the glimpse into your creative space . Cheers M

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