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Today I brought my creative arts group down to the seaside for a lesson in photography and locations; you dont have to travel far to find things to photograph.
February 7th 2006
Gelatin silver print.
Reportage su SanGiovanni Rotondo.
Looking south from the rocky bottom of a small island in the middle the East River.
That's the United Nations on the right with a bit of the Empire State Building peeking out from behind and the Chrysler Building on the far right. Waaaaaaay in the distance on the left is the Williamsburg Bridge.
Girls in their tutu, standing by before the action.
10 minutes of post-process, while I'm in a short break of the "shooting".
1 more week to go!:)
A New Series of shots salvaged from my Past Works taken in 1996-1997.
This is the Roof of the historical architecture called "Dojunkai Apartment House", which was constructed in the early 20th century, and it was one of the most advanced Western Style Apartment at that time. The building didn't burn down through the World War, but it was finally torn down by the government in 2003. This Aparment does not exist anymore in this 21st century, and it's been taken over by a modern High-Tech apartment which has 20 floors.
shot in 1997, Dojunkai Apartment House, Koto-ku,Tokyo
I read the news today
And everything they say
Just makes me wanna stay inside and wait
Better part of me knows,
That waiting in the throws
Is on a par with reading with my eyes closed
"What Can I do?", You say
"It's just another day
in the life of Apes with ego trips"
Put down your hollow tips
And kiss your lover's lips
And learn that fate is what we make of it
Please end this
please ends this
Before it ends us
I wanna stay inside
I wanna stay inside for good
I wanna stay inside
Now this is the intro shot to a soft horror story I'll better illustrate later.
Also (a little ot) this shot reminds me of Carpenter's movie the Fog which by chance I happened to see last night and that, being an '80s horror movie, was more hilarious to me than actually scary.
well, now that I'm at it:
Stevie: Well, my gauges must be wrong. I've got a wind blowing due east. Now what kind of a fog blows against the wind?
Dan: You got me.
Stevie: I'm not so sure I want you.
Coming down the Miner's Track on a really wet August day.
This was how I celebrated my 50th birthday. Hoping for better weather on the next half-century !
Agfacolor Optima II 400 @ 320
Developed in Tetenal C41 @ 104°F 4min
The same roll of film in the Baby Rollei as the last two "urban grafitti" images but 10 miles away and a different environment.This was taken on New Years Day, mostly a grey afternoon but a little bit of sun lit up the gate and tree.
It's a very boggy area and when I parked the car I found only one wellie in the boot - so I never made it across the mud bath surrounding the gate.