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History Repeating

1955
2016

Above photo is of me in 1955 and the lower image is of my grandson, Adam. Same river, 61 years apart.

Iris

Shadow and light

Chasing the …?

I can’t figure out if the bird is smart or lazy. What do you think?

Two Views

From 2019

Abandoned: Seattle 2017

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Almost Film Like Quality

I took this image with my Pentax K-x, which has 12mp as opposed to the Nikon D610 DSLR I usually use. This image almost looks like a film image, maybe due to less pixels as compared to newer DSLR models.

Central Park, NYC

Taken a few years ago on an overcast October day.

Up, Up…..

Our grandaughter a few years ago, in their Portland, OR neighborhood. She’s now a teenager.Time passes too quickly.

Blue Star Prophecy

Rule of Thirds

I’m not much of a fan of rules….well, there you are.

Feeling a Little Disjointed Today

Looking Away

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Her Middle Name

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Our daughter’s birthday is June 3rd. Her middle name is Rose, as is her daughter’s middle name. Happy Birthday!

Along the Tracks (Con’t.)

One of the questions that comes to mind, when viewing and shooting street art is: what does this say about our society/culture? Some people view it as vandalism while others view it as a form of contemporary art. Because the palette is in or near a public space does that change the dynamics? Or. like the images I have been presenting, are mostly out of the view of the public, but on a BNSF railway right of way does that change things? To get this space both the artist and I have to trespass across those railroad tracks. The palette in these works is just a retaining wall, so maybe the work enhances the large, drab concrete space?

I guess it begs the age old question: What is art? 

We all have to answer that for ourselves, I guess.

Bike Program

One of three companies running bike share programs in Seattle ( actually, more like bike rental, I guess). A consequence of these three companies business plan, bikes littering parks, sidewalks and basically anywhere someone decides they no longer need to ride.

When Citibike failed financially in Seattle, (of course) that would be a sign that three other companies could succeed in the wake of their failure. Other than rent bikes by the hour and leave them wherever your hour takes you, I have no idea what their business plan is or why three companies were granted the right to litter parking strips, bus stops and scenic parks ( as above ) on Beach Drive in West Seattle?

Untitled for Sunday

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Since I am still in a boot due to a foot fracture, recovering from broken ribs and some other skeletal issues I have taken some time to look at some older images to see if they can be re-edited, etc. , such as this image. Actually am going to go out this morning with my camera and see how things go.

Hope everyone has a good Sunday!

Friday Fun

IMG_0314This could be my autobiography :-). It’s actually a really good childrens book. Highly recommend this title.

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Street and Urban Explorer Photography

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