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sturdy Brooklyn building burstingwith invisiblelivesbehind a front line of opaque windowsHopper hints at -resistinga voyeur'stemptationreporting too much surface gloss -in a splitsecond a shade runs up ordown because no one ever sees enough of a stranger's most intimatefour crushing walls at this level,we think we'll see them wholein heaven?
Love to know more about your city!I agree with you, that Coffee House looks a nice place "to hang out and people-watch". I wish I could be there with you...
Yes! That building is really a "Hopper-esque" view. Btw, love so much Edward Hopper!
How lucky to live in such artistic surroundings, Ms.M. Anon makes a movie from Hopper's windows. What a wordsmith!
Was Hopper in Boise? I think of him as an east coast guy, but I don't know a thing.
It seems very charming.
Thank you, Anon, for your poetic observations. xxooSonia: It would be lovely to meet you for coffee at the Flying M. I love Edward Hopper, too. He's one of my favorite artists. Here's a little more info about Boise: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boise,_IdahoDive: There are some artistic aspects amid the many bland, beige buildings. Anon is, indeed, a splendid wordsmith. :)Petrea: Hopper was not ever in Boise, to my knowledge. He was, as you said, an East Coast guy. My photo of the windows was inspired by his paintings of windows in NYC. Margaret: There are some charming parts of downtown Boise, and some wonderful bungalows in Boise's North End.
I'll imagine us having a lovely coffee and chat together at the Flying M, Ms M.
That is a lovely thought, Shell! You'd enjoy it. They have a little gift shop inside with unique, hand-made items.
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