The subway's familiar Brutalism has been giving way to stainless steel and layers of angled glass. I miss much of the character that's been polished away, but find myself captivated by the view. Reflections from inside and out absorb passengers in a mirage of ghosts and fragments. Meanwhile, faces suggest retreat to a privacy far from the chaos all around.
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