Some times even the most mundane of scenes, the most commonplace of faces or the most trivial of objects prove to be a cradle of beauty...unleashing new meanings when looked at again and again. The true magic of photography lies in the fact that we can capture the fleeting moments to revisit them...to listen to the music that the image resounds... Onophotopoeia...

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Writing on the wall...

Another one from the Central Terminal, Buffalo. While scouting around, I managed to find a stairwell with an "Off-limits and dangerous" sign guarding it. Venturing up the spooky tower of the building, I was greeted by this scene straight out of a horror flick! This is a glass door on the 4th floor with ancient papers strewn across the floor on the other side. Once important documents, these papers are all yesterday's news now. The "4" scrawled in red paint on the glass door is guaranteed to send a chill down your spine...especially in a desolate tower! Yet, the scene attracted me in an eerie way...I will never know what stories those documents had to tell...this is all that I could capture and bring back with me.


Blogger Jas Bhambra said...

It sure looks right outta horror movie!

Friday, 16 June, 2006  
Blogger wildflower seed said...

Yep. Definitely spooky.

Friday, 16 June, 2006  
Blogger gIftoFwIngs said...

and who does nt knw Mr. CD is a *real* spooky movie buff!!

Friday, 16 June, 2006  
Blogger CrAzY DiAmOnd said...

@JB and VB
As GOW points out...I adore horror movies. I guess that explains why I was attracted to the scene in the first place :)

Friday, 16 June, 2006  
Blogger Moi said...

saw kubrick's "shining" and the "REDRUM " funda just last night and then i come n see this pic here now.............guess i have got an overdose of spookiness in too li'l a time. :)

Saturday, 17 June, 2006  
Blogger Vivek Kondur said...

This image cld be used for Scary Movie 4. Sure wld send a chill down any1's spine when u r lonely in the spooky tower.

Sunday, 18 June, 2006  

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