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In the eye of the beholder.

I am in my car a lot–whether it’s driving to shoots, running errands (going to the grocery store 3 or 4 times a week is not uncommon) or just driving to enjoy my surroundings.  I always keep on the look out for interesting things to photograph, making a mental note to come back if I don’t have my camera with me.  I am drawn to older places; homes from centuries past, old gas stations, anything abandoned and overgrown with trees and weeds.  Not your typical “beauty” but I find that there is just so much character in these places that it’s hard to not find them beautiful.  It’s a sharp contrast from what I am normally shooting; happy, beautiful babies, children and families.  I’ve also been very bad keeping up with Project 365 but promised myself I wouldn’t beat myself up about it.  These shots I will include within my original project.  They are from this week during my mom and niece’s visit.

 

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  • February 27, 2009 - 6:47 pm

    ann marie borek - Stephanie, I love those rusted car shots. My husband would probably love them more–he spent at least fifteen minutes and 20 some odd shots one day of our honeymoon photographing paint splotches on a rusted old boat on the Bosphorous in Istanbul. He would’ve taken more had I not dragged him away to see more of Anatolia! We were in Maine another time and he spent more time photographing an ancient gas pump than he did photographing the ocean. Ann Marie

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