The Apple store at Fifth Avenue in New York is an architectural wonder.
It is almost impossible to purchase anything, given the incredible amount of people pressing you, but for a Mac lover is close to paradise 🙂
The narrow staircase, the people walking up and down, the elevator going straight up at the Apple logo, all reminded me of an old Genesis’ song.
Here they are, the pictures, and the text.
The crawlers cover the floor in the red ochre corridor.
For my second sight of people, they’ve more lifeblood than before.
They’re moving in time to a heavy wooden door,
Where the needle’s eye is winking, closing in on the poor.
There’s only one direction in the faces that I see;
It’s upward to the ceiling, where the chambers said to be.
Like the forest fight for sunlight, that takes root in every tree.
They are pulled up by the magnet, believing that they’re free.
The carpet crawlers heed their callers:
“We’ve got to get in to get out
We’ve got to get in to get out.”