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Concrete and Light

The world's more extraordinary when you're really paying attention.

Online photography home of Pollux Rua - traveler, artist, self-proclaimed idiot.
All photographs by Pollux Rua and property of Ace of All Trades, all rights reserved.

Sequintial

Washington Heights - New York, NY

Kitchen/Rack

Double Down Saloon - East Village, New York, NY

Baltimore Sunday

Federal Hill  -  Baltimore, MD

Flyerwood

Martha’s Vineyard, MA

Here are a couple of the photographs from Concrete & Light that are up at Kinespirit, NYC in the UWS.  Get the work you love onto your own wall by ordering online at The Art Cart.  Each print is limited, so order yours before it’s gone for good!

Holiday II

Civvies, Historic District, Savannah, GA

Echo

Castillo San Felipe del Morro, Old San Juan, PR

Casting Off

The west side of the Hudson River from the vantage of the George Washington Bridge

Sprout

The High Line, New York, NY

La humanidad, la Tierra #4 - El Lagarto Irónica (The Wry Lizard)

Bosque Nacional El Yunque, PR

In this visit to Puerto Rico I noticed a theme of human structure bested by natural forces.  It’s part of what makes it such a fascinating place.  The island has a long history of strategic importance to those who were interested in conquest.  But with the workings of time you see a display of what is transient and what is indelible, and how here steel is overcome by water, air, earth.

La humanidad, la Tierra #3 - Tanked

Playa Flamenco, Isla Culebra, PR

In this visit to Puerto Rico I noticed a theme of human structure bested by natural forces.  It’s part of what makes it such a fascinating place.  The island has a long history of strategic importance to those who were interested in conquest.  But with the workings of time you see a display of what is transient and what is indelible, and how here steel is overcome by water, air, earth.

La humanidad, la Tierra #2 - Puente (Bridge)

Bosque Nacional El Yunque, PR

In this visit to Puerto Rico I noticed a theme of human structure bested by natural forces.  It’s part of what makes it such a fascinating place.  The island has a long history of strategic importance to those who were interested in conquest.  But with the workings of time you see a display of what is transient and what is indelible, and how here steel is overcome by water, air, earth.

La Humanidad, la Tierra #1 - Naufragio (Shipwreck)

Off the coast of Fajardo, PR

In this visit to Puerto Rico I noticed a theme of human structure bested by natural forces.  It’s part of what makes it such a fascinating place.  The island has a long history of strategic importance to those who were interested in conquest.  But with the workings of time you see a display of what is transient and what is indelible, and how here steel is overcome by water, air, earth.

Pulse

Bosque Nacional El Yunque, PR

Toil/Trouble

Bosque Nacional El Yunque, PR