Yes. My life in a shredder. I recently decided to do my own paperwork simpli – fication act. I’ve spent bits of days shredding stuff. I found it to be quite enlightening. After the first couple of cycles I happened to look into the shredded paper compartment and discovered a good picture a day subject.Continue reading “My Life”
Not Top Gear. Not even close. These are just a few watch gears that were left over from a time about 50 years ago when my dad thought that he wanted to study watch repair. I found them as part of a general deep cleaning and decided to photograph them for my PAD project. ThisContinue reading “Gears.”
More found art which is similar to yesterday’s post. I made this picture and the other two images in the small train terminus in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I hesitate to call it a train yard because I think it has has two tracks. Not much of a yard. This was never much of aContinue reading “Found Art”
I posted a picture of a tagged railroad car two days ago. Here’s a detail of the work. The car has been tagged. It is rusty. It probably needs restoration. And, it is old — built in the 1940s, I think.
I thought that I should post something Christmas-like. So, here it is. Santa on the tree. A little camera shake, a little post production and there you have it. A pretty much forgettable picture. At least it’s fresh unlike a lot of the images I post here. I made this one on Christmas Eve, 2010.Continue reading “Nuclear Santa”
This is a combination of a very old baggage car parked in Santa fe, New Mexico. Along came some taggers who decided to add their own brand of art. I toned things down a bit.
There is something about doors that draws me to photograph them. Perhaps, it’s just wondering what’s behind them. Perhaps, it’s about potential and options. Or, perhaps I’m just a little criminal and I want to break in. However, since I never really want anything that isn’t mine, I’d probably break in just to see what’sContinue reading “Doors”
I’m feeling minimalistic today.
Another experiment. This time the image is Bangkok, Thailand traffic which is legendary for being impossible to navigate. I applied a little tilt and swing correction and painted the image.