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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Regular visitors and readers will not be surprised to discover that this has been an uneven year for my photography hobby. Detailing the whys would come off as both needy and whiney, but I think it’s both fair to say and not too dramatic to explain that I’m not sure why I’m doing this. I […]

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I suppose one could argue that this is not properly part of the series.  Before I explain, let me note that Number 4 was here  Number 3 was here. Number 2 was here and the first one is here.  This is taken from a different point of view — not just further back but the window that is the main […]

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If you’re thinking you somehow missed Window Treatment 1, that’s because it’s the image from this post that had a different name. This is the same subject, with the perspective pulled back just a bit. Contest Update I appreciate everyone who offered a suggestion on what images I should consider getting printed and adding to […]

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One of the neat things about fog is how it can make a structure in the foreground really pop against an obscured background. I’m not sure what this building with the smokestack is, but I like how it looks set against the Brooklyn Bridge behind it.   UPDATE: I discovered that this building, unofficially known […]

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I normally do not post Saturdays, but when I remembered that today is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, and this church goes by 2 names — St. Mary’s and the Church of the Immaculate Conception. This feast and doctrine are often misunderstood even by many Catholics, and it is often presumed that the Immaculate […]

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This very much reminds me of something you would see in a Linking Book from the Myst video game series. It is a an enclosed carousel in Brooklyn Bridge park. CONTEST First announced 2 days ago: I’m planning to buy a couple of prints for myself to update my walls, and I’m looking for ideas for […]

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Not my best image, perhaps, but it led me to formulate a new rule. If I cannot tell whether something is meant to be art or functional, then it’s not art. That doesn’t mean it is functional, and it might be meant to be art, but it is not art. I have no idea what […]

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Another black and white foggy image today. Chris Maskell left a comment on yesterday’s photo discussing how he used to avoid shooting in fog and had to make himself do it. I found some strong shots where he overcame his aversion here and here. I think I went through something similar. It wasn’t so much […]

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