Lines Through Blinds

Or should that be “Blinds Through Lines”? Back to work at Milwaukee School of Engineering after a two-week break. I realized this morning that I take a lot of pictures from this window. It’s right next to the printer/copier in our department’s main office, so I tend to stand there looking outside while my copies run or I’m waiting for my printout.

Today I was watching some construction workers (not pictured) doing some kind of work right at the edge of an open/missing window of an office being remodeled. As I watched, all of a sudden it struck me how cool all the lines were: from the horizontal blinds on my office’s window to all the lines of that office building, including the reflected lines of yet another building.

So that’s today’s post, just a low-resolution close-up taken by my iPhone 5c, not even the 5s, which had a better camera but which I never in a million thought I’d ever need or care about. This morning one of my colleagues showed me some photos she took of her dog with her new iPhone X. Wow! Really beautiful. Now I’ve decided it’s time for an upgrade, even though I don’t really need a new phone and have no better reason than getting my hands on that camera😄

About Katherine Wikoff

I am a college professor at Milwaukee School of Engineering, where I teach literature, film studies, political science, and communication. I also volunteer with a Milwaukee homeless sanctuary, Repairers of the Breach, as chair of the Communications and Fund Development Committee.
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