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Nikon D2X


Capture Date/Time: August 26, 2006 12:36
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/4.5 - 1/8 sec
Focal Length: 34 mm
ISO: 160
Flash: None

One last shot from the Washburne Trade School series. I may post more intermittently, but this shows an interesting part of our exploration of the building. There was just fascinating stuff lying around everywhere. If you looked closely, there were signs of life kind of frozen in time. This was a student's notebook and a marked-up copy of Catcher In The Rye. One could spend a year in there sifting through the junk just on the floor. Be sure to check out John from Photoentropy's site today; John's still got some great stuff he's putting up from our visit.


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Comments


09.05.06, 12:59 AM, Diane:

Wow. Mike. I love this image! The textures are incredible, not to mention the wonderful colors. So many layers...so many stories.


09.05.06, 07:16 AM, Chantal:

I am back from vacation and will visit again!


09.05.06, 02:56 PM, mistralcolors:

Goog mike. Love the different points of colors.


09.05.06, 06:19 PM, micki:

I like the personal items. Why would this stuff have been left behind though. Wouldn't the school have had notice of the closing and had everything cleared out?


09.05.06, 10:07 PM, rayts:

only a keen photographer could ever think that some dilapidated stuff like these could actually make a poignant, provoking image. look at that rusty paperclip...it depicts time and memories.


09.07.06, 01:12 AM, navin harish:

Really cool. Would have been beter if there was a little moe contrast, specialy in the background


09.07.06, 07:56 PM, Alicia:

Wonderful colors and textures! I like the green and how it little bits of red and violet complement it. Marvelous!



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