Cold doesn't even begin to describe what today felt like. At one point while I was walking around I was convinced that my cheek was going to jump off my face and run away in objection to me having brought it outside to snap a few frames.
In spite of the cold there were a few interesting things to shoot, and I found myself standing across the street from the Silvertone restaurant in the Financial district of Boston, just off Tremont street, near the Park Street T stop. If you like mac&cheese you should stop in here one day, I hear it's dynamite.
I had hoped that the dude inside would eventually pop out because I didn't like him in the shot, but then when I saw dude #2 walking past the front door I figured I could get them both and make an interesting (at least visually) composition. I like the way my eye keeps getting dragged from right to left across the frame, starting with warm dude inside and leaving with cold dude outside.
Week #4, here it is:
I even make a cameo appearance in this one, but I am dressed up like a ninja so you can't really see me. I'm the space ghost looking reflection just above the menus and to the right of the 'e' in Silvertone.