August 2005: Posers


Fuckin' Sissies
(Gay Pride Parade, SW Portland) 
-Kodak 400 TX-



(Soap Box Derby, Mt. Tabor) 
-Kodak IR-



(Soap Box Derby, Mt. Tabor) 
-Kodak IR-



She's Got Hubris
(SE Foster Road) 
-Kodak IR-



(Mt. Scott Park) 
-Kodak IR-



Ragazza, Gazabo, Gaze
(Title Translation: Girl, Guy, Gaze, SE Foster Road) 
-Kodak IR-



(SE Foster Road) 
-Kodak IR, Brown Toned Print-



(SE Foster Road)
-Kodak IR-



(SE Foster Road) 
-Kodak IR-



Electric I
(SE Foster Road) 
-Kodak IR-



(SE Foster Road) 
-Kodak IR-



(SE Foster Road) 
-Kodak IR-



(SE Foster Road) 
-Kodak IR-



(Manhattan) 
-Kodak 400 TX-



(Baltimore) 
-Kodak 400 TX-



Hell's Elevator
(Baltimore) 
-Kodak 400 TX-



(England's House, Mt. Tabor) 
-Kodak 400 TX-

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The image that your photo of the derby car insidiously conjures up for me is a vague resemblance to a coffin; the most abstract, mysterious, and ultimately powerful manifestation of human geometry. If we could only wear our mortality in as evocative a way as coffins express it. Not one second of precious life would be wasted if we remain fully conscious of death's imminence.

J. Vapor said...

Great one of your sister lying on the grass.

Anonymous said...

Like the Baltimore print of the elevator.

Nathan @ I've Been Framed said...

Hell's Elevator looks like it was taken in Washington DC. Shall I mat that in silver or gold?

Mike said...

The elevator reminds me of the underground trains in Asia and big South American cities...I wouldn't think that was in Baltimore.

Anonymous said...

Didn't even realize those were stairs, thought it was an elevator! Great display out in Gresham.

Clara said...

I never forgot one of the photographs you exhibited at a gallery a few months ago: It was a picture of people going down an escalator, but at the same time it was a perfect, haunting metaphor for this, our pilgrimage from Earth to Hell...