Art, Photography, Street

Tail Wing

Every day I drive down a back road, past two separate industrial parks, and several industrial yards that house recycling operations, semi-trailers, and a whole host of what some may call junk. Among the remains of the industrial yards is an unmarked tail wing from a small aircraft. It’s also the first time I’ve gone out and taken photos since I’ve been in Washington, a start to my photography again.

I can’t help but wonder what happened to this plane? Why is this tail wing sitting in this small field with no airfield anywhere nearby? The closest being roughly 20 miles away.

This post was originally published on my photo-blog, which I have decided to discontinue and bring over to this, my main blog.

Photography, Street

Sleep

Sleep is something we all need. I got a decent shot of this man sleeping on a bench in downtown. A bit of a cliche shot of someone who very well is homeless. But it’s real and human.

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I’ve been trying out a new editing suite called ON1. It’s a program that is said to rival Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom. It also has its own version of Bridge built into it. I used that to edit the photo above, and while I try to shoot everything in the camera and on do RAW adjustments in the digital darkroom it’s something that comes in handy.

This post was originally published on my photo-blog, which I have decided to discontinue and bring over to this, my main blog.