Autumnal photographic expedition with fellow artist Thane Champie produced excellent shots of Lind’s emaciated train trestles.
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Digitally manipulated photograph of the majestic Manhattan skyline. One of my better photographic efforts.
External environmental stimulus symbolizing a subverted paranoiac subconsciousness. Tiles that look like an upside-down crown, if you please. I totally dig grungy little chunks like this. I forget where I found it, and I suppose it doesn’t much matter.
Drawing of the Temple of Castor and Pollux, an ancient edifice in the Roman Forum in central Italy. It was originally built in gratitude for victory at the battle of Lake Regillus (495 BC). Castor and Pollux (Greek Polydeuces) were the Dioscuri, the “twins” of Gemini, the twin sons of Zeus (Jupiter) and Leda.
Interior scenery taken from an old, abandoned house located near Moses Lake’s “haunted” park just off of Highway 17 and Wheeler Road. Another 88teeth/Perishable photography expedition.
The majestic Manhattan Skyline, captured here in all of its late-20th century glory. There is something about the black-&-white presentation of this scene that invokes the unmistakable essence of the early 1980′s. The end of the postmodern Golden Age. Classic.
Doorway shot taken from an old, decaying schoolhouse located roughly 60 miles northeast of Moses Lake. Approaching a century in age, this deteriorating structure provides an endless source of photographic inspiration.
Abstract meditation on the upper track of an automatic garage-door mechanism.
One of the elevated passageways connecting the eight monolithic distillation towers.
Somewhere, just off of Wheeler, an old, dilapidated greenhouse is slowly rotting away.
Things seem to be going much smoother for the Holidays this year. Last year, we moved into our new house on Christmas eve, so much of the season was spent packing, unpacking, cleaning, and dealing with several feet of snow and sub-zero temperatures.
Ugh! Seems I have been waay to busy lately working on my other projects. Decided to finally bite the bullet and take some time to post a couple new gems here at Perishable.biz.
Today I mentioned this site on Twitter and enjoyed a nice little burst of Twitter traffic. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and checked things out. Things are functionally in order here at the site, but the number of fresh chunks in the archives may leave some feeling a bit underwhelmed.