I was really taken with the sky on this last visit, more so than usual. Having spent the last 15 months fixated on the ground, and the transformation of that same stretch of earth, I realized the sky above had changed just as much – in fact it never stopped. Over the duration of this process (the construction itself, my wandering excursions, the dead time on the site between spurts of activity) at no two points in time would what was once above, directly correspond to what was below. The constant movement of the clouds through the atmosphere, and the incessantly shifting hue of the blue above make sure of this.
Of course I couldn’t help but think of the relation between this on-ground experience to our in-air perception of the same – seemingly so similar, yet entirely distinct.
Below are a few images from my recent visit to the site: