The vintage typewriter and the survey instrument are both a part of the amalgam of interesting objects that are at my friend's house. I love how "left alone" these objects are, and the interplay between light and darkness. A lot of the light ended up framing my text in the second series with the survey instrument.
One of my friends was actually a surveyor-- typically, you need to be quick on your feet. Here's one of the older instruments that helps make those million dollars decisions. It may not say it all in the photograph, but the series both focus on the relationship between acknowledgement and dis-acknowledgment, and the tools we may use to gain differing perspectives. These relate to my hectic mornings as of late, but also, the small, relatively unnoticeable spaces in between that you could consider to be lightness, or darkness.
I hope you enjoy seeing more of their cool stuff-- I'll be going back there tonight to gather some more interesting pixels.