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I’m fascinated by fire escapes as a visual entity.  I also rarely end up getting the image that I imagine when I shoot fire escapes. This is close, but not there.  Yet it is better, I think, than may of my prior efforts. I am not sure why fire escapes present such difficulties for me. […]

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Another shot from my recent midday photowalk in Worcester, Massachusetts. The bright, high sun did not deliver beautiful glowing light, so I tried to meet the challenge. When I am out in such conditions, I look for scenes that are interesting regardless of the light, and for odd corners with reflections and shadows where the […]

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When I saw the trucks announcing the purpose and availability of this parking lot, my first instinct was to mock it. “Hey, should I buy some billboards for the lot?” “Heck no. Buy some trucks and paint them instead!” I get the idea of sign trucks that can drive around and advertise, but these seem […]

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The Lawrence mill light-painting workshop mentioned in my last post took place on a Saturday evening.  I spent the night at a nearby hotel, and drove home on Sunday. I stopped in Worcester Massachusetts, not quite an hour out, for Sunday Mass and an early afternoon photowalk in a city I had never previously visited.  The light […]

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During nXnw 2015, we stopped for lunch at a restaurant attached to a small brewery in a small town down the road from Snoqualmie Falls. After we ordered, I popped outside to see if there was anything to shoot, and found a yard, less than a half block away, that was filled with junk/antiques/treasure. The […]

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