warehouse 3 - panes
kodak portra 400 bw
canon fd 100mm f/2
Comments:

hey matt, great shot! maybe your could add a few comments about your pictures in the future. like, how you come to the pleasure to take pictures within an old warehouse...

regards, stefan.

Posted by Stefan Schlesinger at October 3, 2004 11:39 AM
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WHAM!
*gets up from floor*
...must have print...must have print...must have print...

Posted by Kathleen Connally at October 3, 2004 11:50 AM
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Beatiful!

Posted by Swerve at October 3, 2004 02:26 PM
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Feels almost like a tintype. Beautiful.

Posted by Davin at October 3, 2004 04:40 PM
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Beautiful. Almost a painting.

Posted by Dragan at October 4, 2004 05:17 PM
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I was wondering why this photo strikes me. I think the panes break up the image into comic book like panels. Each panel is independent, yet weaves into a story when placed side by side. The top and bottom middle panes have a contrast, one pane with a stone or bullet hole, the other without being shattered has branches outside the building allowing for an illusion of symetry.

Very Liberty Village for me.

Posted by HiMY Syed at October 4, 2004 05:40 PM
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HiMY, sorry to 'shatter' your interesting metaphor but actually the lines on the bottom middle are also cracks in the glass...

Posted by matto at October 4, 2004 05:54 PM
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Wonderful

Posted by olaf at October 11, 2005 02:12 PM
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