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.
Out now at Blurb…my new photobook “rangefound“. Images from rangefound.com with many previously unpublished shots. 64 pages, designed for ProLine uncoated stock (which turned out to be a really nice, smooth matte paper). Click below and go check out the preview at Blurb.
“Occupy Ann Arbor” is setting up shoppe in the aptly-named Liberty Plaza in Ann Arbor, MI. Let’s read some of the advertisements they have on display: “6PM Sign Making & Protest Songs”; “Power To The People”; and something about “Stop Spoiling Our Environment”.
Now, let us view the scene (click to enlarge):
Good news: the RangeFound® name for online journals, sites, blogs featuring rangefinder camera photography and general photography is now protected via International Bureau of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) under Madrid Agreement and Protocol (Reg. No. 1 089 240). The registered U.S. Trademark status (Reg. No. 3,893,811) remains as well.
My old Eastside elementary school in Niles, Michigan is returning to life. Recently closed by a questionable school board decision it is now reopening as a magnet institution. Walking through the empty classrooms I photographed the frayed and well-displayed flags. K thru 6 memories at each location.