Photography can defy its alleged servility to appearances. All the images here ("seens") are of one subject ("scene"), a neon sign off Times Square as forgettable as it is garish. From something hardly worth looking at, I aimed to make a portfolio of photographs worth looking at. To qualify for inclusion, each image had to 1) be not obviously of the sign, 2) differ enough from others to stand on its own, 3) resist, with its structure, the banality of chaos, and 4) not just assert visual facts but also suggest some might be. Only when the portfolio was done did a particular suggestion, or vision, impose itself on me: the series as a take on the glitzy city. Technique: multiple exposures, all in camera (Canon 5Diii, but, unlike "A Bridge Re-imagined," without flash and using various modes of combination).