Not often I like (or see the point) having models in urban exploration photography. This time it works. I like the piano too.
Reposting from Flickr. (Yahoo was blocking the link to the photo. But it was available to download. So, something odd about the direct link).
Source: Thomas Muther, Jr. | Antique Truck and Me
This photograph would not be the same with clothing. I especially like the feeling of “one antique to another”. Thomas isn’t an antique, but the feeling is there. Weathered, but still standing.
I don’t shop online (on eBay) much so it seems a bit like an event when I do. Today I bought two sets of miniature figures from model train sets. I’m planning to use them for street diorama photography. It might be especially interesting now that we have so much snow outside. These are the photos from the eBay ad. I hope this is pretty much what they will be like when they arrive.
How to for photography in severe storms.
You could win a trip to Paris and have your photos seen by more than 23.1 million Metro readers across four continents! Metro Global Photo Challenge is an international digital photography competition. Its aim is to promote budding photographers and provide the winners with the chance to go pro. This year’s theme is “Urban Jungle”. The closing date for entries is October 26th. Enjoy, and good luck!
If you look at the image I screen captured notice on the bottom how it lists Quebec as a country, seperate from Canada. Kind of odd. You might have to be Canadian to understand why this is odd.
Todd is into night photography. I especially like one of the pictures of big trucks, parking in the night.
Exceptionally sweet site. Some of the photos will just blow you away.