Issue 52: Potential Our Winter Shadows get longer earlier. Shriya Samavai 12/14/2015 One thing I love about film is that you never really know how your photos are going to turn out. I’m not sure what those lights are or how they got there, but I like ’em!Winter means shadows get longer earlier.I’m very fond of the flower stand in New York’s 14th Street subway station.A building turning white-hot from the sun.The Dan Flavin show at David Zwirner Gallery.My friend Titanic was visiting New York from Los Angeles and didn’t pack anything warm. Here he is wearing our friend Poppy’s sparkly, flowery sweater.I developed some old film from more than three years ago. This was taken at a Two Door Cinema concert I went to during the summer of 2012.At the end of the show, they dropped a bunch of these giant balloons. Everyone was jumping around and dancing with them. It was pretty blissful.If you look closely, the neon sign says “1 HOUR.” The “1” and “H” burned out, so it just says “OUR,” which I kind of like more.