B-Side Catch-all & Round-up

B-side images, ones that haven’t made the first cut reveal in their review how often I am impressed with technology’s artistry that comprises what becomes a vehicle. A veritable used car lot, these images display resurrected lives of vehicles, being breathed into new Life through the artistry of a would-be car crafter. Winter grain stocks hold interest in their various settings.

Listening to – Aqualung’s Strange and Beautiful (I’ll Put A Spell On You), the Volkswagen Beetle tune from a few years back.

Quote to Inspire (or draw one toward reality) – “Photography cannot do much. It provides some level of information, yet it has no pretensions about changing the world.” John Vink

4 Comments Add yours

  1. THANKS for visiting my “pun-ny” photoblog and leaving a “like.” I can’t help hearing plants, animals, and objects “talk.”

    I read your “About” page with interest. My first camera was a Kodak Brownie Bullet, and then I was given a Kodak Brownie Starmite (my first camera with a flash). Both were gifts from my godparents who lived in Rochester, NY (home of Kodak–guess they were helping the local economy).

    –John R.: http://TheDailyGraff.com

    1. Hey there, John:

      Thanks for looking in on the B-sides. Totally interesting to read about your two Brownies and that your godparents lived in Rochester where the Kodak plant was; did you ever have a chance to tour the plant?

      Enjoying your photoblog and the humour.

      Take care, 🙂

      1. No, but they did take me on a tour of the George Eastman House: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastman_House

      2. Hey there, John:

        Now that would be something to see and understand … perhaps to see much of the history of photo making. I’ll have a look through the Eastman house Wiki reference.

        Thank you, thank you. Have a good one! 🙂

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