Whatever level you are as a photographer, we all should have one thing in common. We should constantly be looking and looking. And after we look, we should be able to see. As I was rushing to the D-Train in Brooklyn, I saw something you don't see very often- a pay phone! I stopped, I picked the camera up, and I make 3 quick frames. 2 vertical, one horizontal. 135 f/2 Singh-Ray High-Intensity. Half a stop overexposed. It may not be an antique, but it'll probably be a buggy whip by the time I go to the dark room in the sky. Oops! I mean the light room in the sky! To all the ships at sea, keep your eyes wide open. Start to see the photograph and then record it.