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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Fleetline Study #1



Although a five minute walk-around may not, strictly speaking, be enough time to really make a study...

A rather scary place, but it yielded some nice bits. More to come late this week.

Now, back to digging into medieval marginalia.

7 comments:

Lee's River/Zlatovyek said...

hey, a bonus shot! reminds me of a battered leather shaving-kit.
(Happy hunting in the margins.)

benconservato said...

wonderful image Lori, I could imagine that it would be scary hanging out with all those "carcasses".

marlyat2 said...

That blue looks like a jewel.

Watch out for rattlers!

Anonymous said...

I see from your March 24th entry that you are being hassled by rogue Grocers. Their ilk is all too familiar with artists run amok in their stores. (Not that you were running amok!)

http://eclisse.livejournal.com/88456.html

Larry said...

Good shot, Lori! I just love your automotive photos!

ThomP said...

I just came to your blog for a look and realised something Lori.

I pretty much started photo blogging because of you and this blog. As a result of having a photo blog, I took it more seriously, and I started getting better at it (with your encouragement). Now (a couple of years later) I take photos for a living.

So by my logic, it's all your fault!

I'd just like to say thank you for the inspiration:) Weird how the world works:)

Lori Witzel said...

Hey all y'all -- another day, another swollen jaw from oral surgery (sheesh, don't those people ever get bored with my mandible?) Anyhoo...

Lee: Merci buckets!

Emma: *snork* at the pun-stun, and thanks! Well, the dead cars weren't too scary...it was the possibility of encountering live people that was.

Marly: Snakes alive...the blue was someone's late-model car parked next to the car-cass. Amazing what a little blue will do among the rust.

Anon: So, how come you're so sure I wasn't running amok? :-)

Larry: Thanks tons! This was worth the ayiiyee skittishness I felt for sure.

Thomp: Shucks! I am so glad that Creative Energy spread and got ahold of you...next I'll be seeing books o' your work alongside Hido and Soth, eh? :-)