Posts Tagged ‘sign’

Abstract Los Angeles [Fragment 33]

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The effects of wandering the streets of LA.                        

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In England…

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    In England, Doctor Who monsters guard the portals to parallel universes.     Or as we know it, construction in a snowy London cemetery.

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Los Angeles Street Art: [Fragment 5]

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On a sidewalk in Culver City, with a paranoid look over the shoulder. In an alleyway beside the Garment District, surrounded by the smell of urine.   Just off Hollywood Boulevard, a young man holds a machine gun while proposing that ‘Violence Solves Nothing.’ Near the Garment District, drugs are not allowed outside the restaurants. […]

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London Abstract Photographs: Signs in the Underground [Fragment 5]

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Three signs, from the London Underground, in an effort to keep us, the general public, safe. ‘Take Care After Drinking Alcohol’ says the sign, which I found beautiful, after drinking some alcohol and attempting to look sober on the platform. The lilting angle of the photographs is not the world turning on its axis, but […]

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London Abstract Photographs: Sign [Fragment 4]

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In December of 2009 I spent six days wandering about London, just looking around with my camera. Look up is spray painted in the corner of a brick wall, for no reason what-so-ever. All that was up was the sky, and maybe some sun. Must be one of those intellectual statements about seeing things differently. […]

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San Francisco Abstract: Extra [Fragment 5]

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At intermittent times, when visiting and wandering about the city of San Francisco, little pieces of the city show themselves to my lens. Today is all about the pieces that don’t fit into a neat category. Abandonded military steel door set in concrete for a past war that never arrived. Near Fort Mason on the […]

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San Francisco Abstract: Look Down [Fragment 4]

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At intermittent times, when visiting and wandering about the city of San Francisco, little pieces of the city show themselves to my lens. For some reason San Francisco is a haven for sidewalk signs, they abound in the city, sometimes with a stencil and spray paint, sometimes with chalk. It’s always time for pie! Chalked […]

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San Francisco Abstract: Look Down [Fragment 3]

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At intermittent times, when visiting and wandering about the city of San Francisco, little pieces of the city show themselves to my lens. For some reason San Francisco is a haven for sidewalk signs, they abound in the city, sometimes with a stencil and spray paint, sometimes with chalk. “I do that with him for […]

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San Francisco Abstract: Signs [Fragment 2]

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At intermittent times, when visiting and wandering about the city of San Francisco, little pieces of the city present themselves to my lens. Today’s installment is about signs left about the city, for official reasons. Neon sign -Held Over- sitting behind bars, at a shop on Upper Haight Street, San Francisco. One Way, with alleyway […]

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New Orleans Katrina Destruction, One Year Later

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    In 2006 Cameron and I returned to New Orleans to see the city in which we had both previously lived.     The Ninth Ward, on the other side of the canal from the French Quarter was still complete devastation. The homes were still standing, but abandoned. Weeds grew up in the yards and the only cars […]

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Abstract Los Angeles: A Personal Sign [Fragment 10]

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Abstract Los Angeles is an on-going collection of photographs taken as I wander about this sprawling metropolis. Today’s installment is all about the personal touch, or the signs that people etch on the world, to leave their mark. A face hidden on the side of a train car, in The Travel Town Museum, a place […]

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Abstract Los Angeles: Signs [Fragment 8]

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Abstract Los Angeles is an on-going collection of photographs taken as I wander about this sprawling metropolis. Today’s installment is about signs, signs, everywhere a sign. Advise on when to call the fire department, in Long Beach Harbor. I always wondered about this sign and this pumpkin. Is the head supposed to represent the future […]

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