Where: New York, NY





I was in The City recently to present an award at the PDN Photo Annual.



The view from my hotel was of an uninspiring building, so I turned 90 degrees left to get caught up on email.



After 20 minutes I felt a sense of heat hitting the right side of my face and knew it had to be light coming in through the window. The light was the incident reflection of the metallic ventilation shaft from that pedestrian looking building across the street.



By underexposing I was able to knock down the boring bricks and bring out all the texture of the metal resulting an interesting shape resembling the number one.



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