Commuters on the southbound red line MARTA train will recognize the sight of this abandoned train car. Pentax MX, Vivitar 50/1.7, Kodak Portra 160. Unedited.
Shot in the Edgewood neighborhood in Atlanta on Dec.1st. For the whole story, please visit my post on Nexus of Change at The Neighborhood Resistance Parade. Pentax MX, Vivitar 50/1.7, Kodak T-Max 400.… Continue reading
From my favorite people in the United States, the Latinos, there is so much to learn. Instead of elaborating on the subject, I offer this example: Enjoying the simple pleasures with family and… Continue reading
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The nearest mall to your location might now entice you to find the right color to wear for your mood. If there is a Lush store in your shopping mall, you will have… Continue reading
This is a silly post about the seemingly interminable trains of freight cars going through Atlanta, but I’m not complaining because in the United States, we all are nostalgic about train travel. Canon… Continue reading
The sudden agitation around a cart where free chips were distributed to Georgia State University students reminded me of the typical hectic behavior of pigeons fighting for scraps of food. This comparison was… Continue reading
These pictures were taken late in the day when the conditions seemed to be ideal for a slightly overexposed Kodak Ultramax 400, an inexpensive, lower quality film. In this case I am not… Continue reading
About three weeks ago during the London Olympics, I took a picture of this bridge built for the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta. There was some sadness in doing so at a time… Continue reading
Because of the incongruous mixture of architectural styles, the building in the back seems closer than the one in front. Despite the clear perspective of their relative positions, an optical illusion is created… Continue reading
A few feet down from the building shown in redscale yesterday, I also shot this building but with an over-exposure of two stops. The resulting effect is what is typically expected. The bright… Continue reading