I usually don't look up too much when I'm in the city. I guess most people who live and work there really don't look up much at all. We focus more on where we are going instead of where we are.
At least that's my theory today.
But my friend pointed out lines of the curving steel girders at the train station, and I couldn't help but notice the contrast between those steel beams bent into a delicate seeming arch and the lamps tucked in behind them.
Compared to the steel beams, the lamps look practically light and lacy. I'm not sure they are meant to be together.
But it is a different view, no?