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    george-i-photo, :tomas, Norbert Hayo, and 38 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. george-i-photo 113 months ago | reply

      Very nice shot...

    2. :tomas 113 months ago | reply

      this is so goood

    3. EmonXie 113 months ago | reply

      This is both beautiful 'n tragic at the same time, really well done! Did you happen upon this? And what're you shootin' with? Inquirin' minds wanna know!

    4. Norbert Hayo 113 months ago | reply

      Great shot, I like the colors and the symbolic in this picture.

    5. Katherine Squier 113 months ago | reply

      so lovely, great find!

    6. jacktastic 113 months ago | reply

      thanks all.


      Came across it. I wish I'd set it up but I didn't. It's in an industrial/junk area close to the flea market in Tucson when I was out in arizona shooting a month or so ago. I'd like to think that someone with some art school strategy set it up but, sadly, that's prolly not the case. Shot with a Bronica SQ-A on Kodak 400VC film. 120 format. Processed and scanned by my lab here in nyc. Post processed by me in photoshop.


      PS Happy holidaze.

    7. nimmo 113 months ago | reply

      Makes you wonder if anybody slept there. Great capture!

    8. flickrgao 113 months ago | reply

      Very well done image. This photo has an Aperture magazine feel.

    9. scifilullabies 113 months ago | reply

      I love how you can just tell this is a "film" image. Well done.

    10. mrtoastey 113 months ago | reply

      okay, you get the eggleston mini-badge for this'un.. (and really-- you oughtta get a show. portfolio piece)

    11. jacktastic 113 months ago | reply

      thx, mick. working on the show. if you know anyone who needs some art, let me know. files are prepped and i'm ready to print. ;)


    12. Toby B 110 months ago | reply

      Absolutely fantastic.

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