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May 7, 2006

Loss of Emphasis - One

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CameraHolgaroid 120GF
LensHolga Glass 60mm f/8
Shutter @ Aperture1/100s @ f/8
Film / ISOPolaroid Type 84 / 100 ISO

Down a lonesome dirt road about 45 minutes outside of Lancaster, California we found this structure across from a newly plowed and irrigated field. It was obvious that this structure hadn't been in practical use for sometime. The windows of the building were all smashed in, probably the work of some local kids and a pellet rifle.

A little further to the right there power lines ended but little ranch houses continued. Wind turbines turned to keep these homes going off the grid.


Posted by jordanh at May 7, 2006 1:04 PM |

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I like this one a lot --- really nice -- timeless --- gotta love that Holga! Keep up the great work!

Posted by: bob at May 7, 2006 4:04 PM

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