Month: November 2011
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
Another Red Line station done–actually, two, but I haven’t processed the Alewife video yet. I started with a panoramic view of the ramp in Harvard station, but decided I wanted something different. I still got enough footage to produce a 30-sec composite, though: I wandered around to see if I could find something weird about
I’m starting to do my tweets in letterpress format. Here‘s the first, at Twitpic, of course.
A new T composite video, this time of the Porter Square Station. Porter does not have a place where both inbound and outbound lines are visible. But I’m more interested in the people, anyway, so I positioned myself so I could catch the inbound track and the line going to the long escalators. Bonus: banjo
After doing the MWRA turbine/Orange Line tracks icosacomposite, it occurred to me that I should probably do one of the subway itself, without a wind turbine. So yesterday between 11:44a and 12:34p I recorded five 10-minute videos and turned them into a twenty-layer composite two and a half minutes long. Since the sound of the
Here’s another layered video of the new megawatt turbine at the MWRA. I couldn’t find a good place to park that also had a dynamic view of the turbine, but this particular view is interesting because it overlooks the MBTA Orange Line tracks going across the river in Everett. Several cars make their ghostly appearance