Tag Archives: Abandoned
Images from the service area of an old car dealership in Los Angeles. On one stripped wall, the interesting association of an American flag with a greasy castle.
Merry Christmas 2011 / Happy New Year 2012
Merry Christmas, heading into 2012, a year I never thought would come. Meanwhile downtown Detroit, a streetside window on Woodward sends it’s bright light holiday chill into the air. Plenty of seats left for singing, souping and lecturing.
Mounty Queen of Mangum
Meet Kay Freeman, Mounty Queen of Mangum OK. A shag-carpeted trophy room dedicated to her equestrian achievements in the Mangum, OK museum. A wonderful place to see the town’s history and Oklahoma’s past. Peek your head into here and turn to the right…you’ll find the award leftovers in a corner basket. More from Mangum coming soon.
Scorned on the 4th of July
A couple images of abandonment, not in architecture, but humanity. Downtown Detroit at a July 4th celebration years ago…
Photobook “state fair” Now At Blurb
UPDATE: “state fair” Winner 2011 PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris, Bronze, People’s Choice
My new photobook “state fair” available at Blurb. Photo documentation of one of the last State Fairs held in Detroit, Michigan (2005) before funding ran out. Photographed with a Leica M6 on Fujichrome Velvia 100F 35 mm slide film, cross-processed into negatives.