atlantic city
canon 10d @ 1600
canon 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6
Comments:

Ah, AC. It's such a craphole but jam-packed with good things to photograph. I'm looking forward.

I was only there briefly but the interesting stuff seems to happen in the slum village just behind the boradwalk facade.

Such a bizarre place.

Posted by Davin at January 23, 2005 11:55 AM
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yeah, i left in a hurry actually. it was really cold, and nobody was around anywhere except in the casinos.

i may go back to south jersey in the spring. davin you would LOVE wildwood at the southern tip of nj... aside from all the crazy amusement park rides on the gigantic beach it's also a treasure trove of perfectly preserved motels from the 50s 60s and 70s - with names like "dawn", "attache" and "caprice". it's like a town dipped in formeldahyde.

Posted by matto at January 23, 2005 12:04 PM
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or i may go back in a couple of days... hahaha :) now you've got me thinking that i should really go back and get more shots of both wildwood AND ac. the sun's coming out again around here...

Posted by matto at January 23, 2005 12:08 PM
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I almost wanna caption this one,

'Zieg Heil'
'Talk to the hand'
'Long Live and prosper' (hand-dyslexic vulcan)

Perhaps even pop it into adverts for shareholders
fighting a hostile takeover by IBM of their org.

Matto,

It would be fascinating to see what'd appear
on the narrative if you did shoot the casinos.

I know, I know...

Talk to the hand.

;-O

Posted by HiMY SYeD [www.Photopia.TYO.ca] at January 23, 2005 12:28 PM
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....in the name of love. Before you break my heart.

great image! Your work is very solid, and was a solid mention/recommendation at the chicago.photobloggers.org meetup.

Posted by pablo korona at January 24, 2005 01:14 AM
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What can I say.....
Briliant?

Posted by Frans Peter Verheyen at January 30, 2005 09:19 AM
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