Tuesday, January 21, 2014

closed

Bristol, Connecticut

5 comments:

lyle said...

Love this. Just full of information and can be 'read' many ways. Besides the reflections and little 'windows' within the image of 'other images/thoughts', there is all the things happening on the side of the image. Hoffman once told me that Strand use to talk about the importance of the edge and how it had to be 'interesting but not over powering', as Hoffman translated, "both mildly interesting/boring". Again, Wonderful image.

Carl said...

Thanks, Lyle. This one is pretty complex. It called for more exposures with slight variations than I usually make, and then it took longer than usual to decide which frame worked best.

James Weekes said...

For me the taillight completes the suite in red, from the gumboils to the MasterCard decal.

Carl said...

James, good example of finding 90% of a picture and waiting for the rest to come by. I'd done a few variations before the car with the red tail light pulled up, clearing taking the game to the next level.

James Weekes said...

Ah..patience. And apple made me write gumboils when I meant gum balls .