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Category Archives: American Roadside
I’m working on a series of abandoned and repurposed gas stations. I’ve been editing them to make a digitally printed book. After that book is complete I plan to choose about 25 images and through contact printing I will make … Continue reading
Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day is coming up fast. It’s the last weekend in April and this year one of the cities hosting the event is Norwich, England. Our host is asking each of us, if we want, to submit 5 … Continue reading
Not sure why I am attracted to making images of abandoned buildings. It seems whenever we hit the backroads of Oregon we come across these relics. I always wonder who lived there, how old is the place and why was … Continue reading
Hitting the road again in Oregon looking for abandoned buildings and relics using my Hasselblad 500CM and Kodak film. Happy hunting. And Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. Drive safely. No photo is worth your life.
In the town of St Helens, Oregon, just a few miles west of Portland, the people go all out for Halloween. The movie “Halloweentown” was filmed there and so every year thousands of people descend on this little sleepy community. … Continue reading
If you have followed my blog for long you realize that my husband and I like to drive the back roads and sometimes we stumble on small towns and interesting roadside attractions. On one of these occasions we discovered the … Continue reading