Day 14

By Jes • Uncategorized • 4 Sep 2009

Somedays all you want to do is slow down, and notice the little things. Sometimes when you feel like that, you actually have the chance to slow down. Other days you don't.

Today, there were many little things I was noticing in some of my images. Very little things, often quite insignificant, but it was enough to draw me to the image.

The images in this post are a mix of images from a few different photo outtings. If you click on the image, it will take you to a page with a description of where I took the image, and what little thing I was noticing about it today. See if you notice any of the same things I did! I'm curious to know if anyone sees these things, or if there are things I'm missing that others see.

Rubber Ducky in a stream of water in the gutter along our street. The depth of field is pretty perfectly centered on the duck.  Taken with a Mamiya C330 using Ilford Pan F 50 Black and White film.  March 2009.

Train tracks near Lake Street in Minneapolis. You can no longer see the wood rails.   Taken with a Hasselblad 501c/m using a Polaroid back loaded up with Chocolate pack film.  June 2009.

The window of the old Indianhead Trucking Company building.  The glass has been taken out and the curtains are pulled through the opening.  Taken with a Hasselblad 501c/m with Ilford Pan F 50 black and white film.  August 2009.

The doorway to the Indianhead Trucking Company building in Roseville. The 'Keep Out' sign has been taken down and now looks like it could read 'Out Keep'  Taken with a Hasselblad 501c/m using Ilford Pan F 50 Black and White film.  August 2009.

The parking lot of the old Indianhead Trucking Company building. There are two lawn chairs sitting there staring out at nothing.  Taken with a Hasselblad 501c/m using Ilford Pan F 50 black and white film.  August 2009.

The side of the old Indianhead Trucking Company building. The graffiti at the bottom of the building says 'Rad'  Taken with a Hasselblad 501c/m using Ilford Pan F 50 black and white film.  August 2009.

The parking lot of the old Indianhead Trucking Company Building. A small pile of broken glass from one of the windows being removed.  Taken with a Hasselblad 501c/m using Ilford Pan F 50 black and white film.  August 2009.

A fence near Monroe Street in Northeast Minneapolis. There is string on the fence that spells out the words 'Hot Tea'.   Taken with a Holga camera using color film.  July 2009.

Road and Hills, somewhere in southern Minnesota between Winona and Minneapolis. There is a gas station in the lower left of the image that looks like it is abandoned, but isn't.  Taken with a Holga camera and color film.  August 2009.

Thank you!

 

~Peace~

  • Denise Mack

    In the last pic – the flare from the sun looks like a smiley face :)