Monthly Archives: June 2011

Leap Of Faith

I hate it when that happens. You are cruising along just fine, overcoming obstacles, knocking over barriers, and as you head into the home stretch a jump over that final hurdle …   Advertisements

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Sun, Cape Henlopen

One some days the sun appears to be more overbearing than others, and this can be magnified by going to the beach. It had been a while since the last time I sat on a beach. That time I got … Continue reading

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1113 W 36th Stairs

The final image of this short series is a more straightforward view of the staircase. I was attracted by the lines, vertical, horizontal, and diagonal, and how they work with one another. The essential element here is the bucket in … Continue reading

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1113 W 36th Pipe

A few steps to the left of the previous image allows for a different view of this staircase. I finished working on this image just before returning to the book, The Art of Photography by Bruce Barnbaum, and his admonition … Continue reading

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1113 W 36th

The next trio of images will come from the same location in Hampden. I came to realize a thread in my photographic interests that made sense – I like to see things as they are, as opposed to how someone … Continue reading

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God Bless You, Hon

I have been posting images that are iconic Baltimore, and this one continues that. A couple of posts ago I noted the word “Hon” in a couple of contexts, and one who has never been to the city will not … Continue reading

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Dry Cleaning Disaster

Continuing my walk through Hamden, numerous things pop out at me and command my attention. Flapping in the wind was this sign, which worked for me in a number of ways. From a visual aspect, I liked how the light … Continue reading

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Please Do Not Sit In Window

Baltimore is a place a great diversity in many ways. However, if one were to attempt to distill the sense of place down to a single concept, then my guess would be that thinking in terms of the old neighborhoods … Continue reading

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It’s A Rather Small World

I just got back from the F295 Symposium in Pittsburgh. This is a group of people who are primarily interested in either pinhole and/or alternative process photography, the latter being primarily processes that were employed in the 19th century. Certainly, … Continue reading

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