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Full Kendall-MIT MBTA Station Icosacomposite

As luck would have it, I was able to get to Kendall-MIT yesterday morning and shoot a full 50 minutes of footage. Here’s the new composite: Funny thing—when you layer time-based media, there’s always a small but non-zero chance that periodic events will synch up in the composition. This is the case here: in some

Short Kendall-MIT Station MBTA Icosacomposite

This morning I got up early so I could catch rush hour at the next station south on the Red Line. It was cold and windy so I drove to Davis Sq to catch the subway, only to find that you can’t feed the meters until 8, which means I would probably come back to

Alewife Station MBTA Icosacomposite

And here’s the Alewife footage I shot Thursday along with the Harvard stuff. This station is one of the terminal stations for the Red Line, so both sets of tracks go the same direction. However, the Red Line splits after the JFK station, one side going to Braintree and the other going to Ashmont, so

Some Fun Stills from My Commutes, 6 April – 14 May 2011

I’ve been doing some processing of the entire mound of photos I took during my month of commutes, and while I was wading through the stack I pulled out some of the ones that caught my eye for some reason or another. Remember: none of these were deliberate shots, the camera was set on an