Day 2: Buffalo (Part i)

I arrive at 6 am: a tour of Buffalo’s architecture.

Begining with public library landscaping (and a camera blue at Buffalo’s grey skies).

The adjacent Brisbane Building (1895), on Lafayette Square.

City Hall.

The new Federal Courthouse looks like a cuisinart.

City Court (Phohl, Roberts & Biggie, 1974)

Water falls over  marble at the lion fountain making a squeaking noise.  SqueakyFountain A large woman in pink does some kind of slow motion power walk.

A walk up Delaware, stopping to record some crickets singing (who tie the soundscape over, from night to day) against the back-up beeper of a construction crew.  CricketsAndBeeper

Admiring the faded glory.

The view from Spot Coffee, where I write up Day 1.

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  1. I like the notion of the nocturnal cricket sounds as forming a continuous audio web connecting night back into day. A manifestation of blind fidelity in the return of light, an offering from the ‘animal’ or ‘bug’ world.

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