12.16.2010

walks

Wherever there is light, one can photograph.
~Alfred Stieglitz

This is a random selection from walking around Seattle.  I hope you enjoy them.
 
camera: pentax k1000

19 comments:

  1. P.S. a walker evans feel to these.

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  2. The time has stopped, but thoughts of persons are still in the air.
    I just returned from China yesterday.

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  3. love them!
    what film did you use?

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  4. yes, I enjoy them very much :o)

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  5. thanks for the walk around your city. I like the prospects and the b/w color. the 2th looks so silence, wonderful.

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  6. I do enjoy them! especially that mini tree...it is so tiny it hurts my heart. It looks cold with that tumblr snow. :) lovely.

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  7. Thank you everyone!

    rc: So glad you are back!

    Elisabelle: Thank you! I used Kodak T-MAX 400 black and white film.

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  8. i love chairs like that, the ones that are thin + almost fragile looking. i love how they're surprisingly strong. beautiful, too.

    :)

    xo Alison

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  9. the vespa on the rooftop is awesome !

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  10. I do. They work well with your snow. It's nice to see a little black and white. It takes me back to my early photography days and all of those hours spent refining prints in the darkroom.

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  11. ooo, i love these pictures. love black+white.

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  12. Lovely, I like stock house.

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  13. I DO enjoy them! Seattle looks pretty rad! Nice work!

    George
    Raised By Wolves

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  14. Beautiful - and you too have snow - so pretty!

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  15. they are very nice - I epsecially like the chair!

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  16. Absolutely beautiful. I love that these are in such soft black & white--the middle grey tones seem to perfectly sum up how Seattle looks this time of year. The third photo down of the tree looks Christmasy even in its starkness.

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  17. these would be great post cards!!!

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