canon 10d@ 400 iso
tamron 17-35mm f/2.8-4
What a nice burst of colour the motel gives off against the grey sky? Where is this place?
I love the whole series you have posted of this locale.
There's a perverse sense of pride on dislay here, even if the owner's aesthetic sense is somewhat lacking! The orangey red really gives this visual punch. Neat that you caught the parking lot empty.
Nightmare place, wonderfully captured!
What a great series Matt. Mile after Mile of gems.
the red and even the white paint on the motel are really standing out of the gray sky. you managed to bring out a beauty out of a very ordinary scene.
This is the best maintained retro motel I think I've ever seen! (this coming from a Brooklynite). I feel like I could drive my brand spankin new 67 Mustang Convertable up and flirt with the desk attendant who's wearing a Jackie O style white polyester mini dress and tak to the narrator from Twighlight Zone at the bar. The text is pleasantly jumbled and the green of the "air conditioner" plays well off the green tint of many of the windows to the right. This would make an excellent travel postcard to confuse your friends with.
yeah this place was so great looking. i really wanted to stay there. like so much around here (i'm in south jersey right now, along the shore) this place has a surrealistic time capsule quality because it is so well maintained but so completely unchanged.
wow! they have "phones"...and speaking of phones, let me know when youre going to be in town...nic shot.
This is really good. As mentioned before, you captured this seemingly ordinary scene as something greater. Nice job.
Eerie, deserted, and the off-color drapes with that shock of red trim: very nice. This would have been a much different photo were those trees full of leaves under a blue sky. Great capture.
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