When was the last time that a Nash was ever produced? Well, I’ll tell you. 1957. This was as part of American Motors. Prior to that it was made by Nash-Kelvinator from 1938 to 1954. This could explain some of the shapes since Kelvinator made washing machines and refrigerators. Nash did pioneer some concepts thatContinue reading “And, Speaking of Ghosts”
Budville barely exists today. It sits on the edge of Indian land in central New Mexico. Obviously, you can easily see from the gas pump in the right side of the frame, when this gas station thrived. It’s a ghost of a different type then I’ve been discussing in my last few posts. It’s locatedContinue reading “Other Ghosts”
As I looked for ghost images I realized that there are more kinds of ghosts then just those that are painted over or faded. In this case, not only is there ghost signage, but there is a ghost telephone number. A portion of it is painted over, but it looks like an phone exchange withContinue reading “More Ghosts”
Yesterday’s post got me thinking about the things that have passed before us. One thing that has always interested me is what “urban explorers” call ghost signs. Generally, in an urban setting you find advertisements painted on the sides of buildings that have either been partially painted over or faded, or both. In the country,Continue reading “Ghost Signs”
Neil Young once wrote, “numbers add up to nothing.” Sometimes I have to wonder. We live in the age of complex and complicated data. We live in the age of data matrix and analysis. Even statistics as we learned about them in colleges seem a bit simplistic. We have commercials from State Farm Insurance thatContinue reading “Numbers”
This is the last of the summer growth in New Mexico. Oddly, I made this picture at the state fair. I do have say that for a desert place, there is plenty of natural growth to photograph if that’s what you like to do.
I was working on cleaning up this flower image so that it too would be something delicate like yesterday’s image, when I hit the auto curves button and the background turned blue rather then the expected white. But, a more interesting result was that the background was also very mottled with light brown areas. ItContinue reading “Another Flower, A Little Experiment”
Sometimes, you just have to make a change. Sometimes a picture made at a state fair does not have conform to any kind of expected norm…
Some of the vendors who sell food and drink are sponsored by much bigger companies. This is a beverage trailer. Just guess who sponsors them. Very little post production done to this image. It’s warmth and glow comes from the real deal… dusky sunlight.