Tag Archives: monochrome

Double “AA”

While driving around Baltimore yesterday, these power pylons caught my eye. Looking at their shapes, with the letter “A” as part of their architectural design, as well as the fact that they were snuggled together like a couple of batteries in a giant toy, calling it ‘Double “AA”‘ seemed appropriate. What do you think?

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Which way did I go?

Been on a Black & White photography kick for a few days now and really enjoying it. If I see something I want to shoot and process in color, I’ll do that I suppose. Still having lots of fun with my iPhoneography, posting daily to Instagram (you can find me there as @JacquesGude if you […]

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Night Vision

You ever doze off in your hotel, TV still trying hard to wake you, the light of the lamps beside your bed pressing in on your closed eye lids? There’s that inevitable shock to the system as you wake, far too early, as that TV (and the lamp light) break through, your hands in front […]

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This way up…

As I was going through my extensive backlog of Route 66 digital negatives, I came across this sign I captured with my Fuji X100 at the Midpoint Cafe in Adrian, Texas. While I loved the striking colors of the sign, contrasted against a brilliant blue sky, I also thought it might look pretty good in […]

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That Little Red Dot

In my continuing effort to broaden my photographic skill set, I’ve been shooting a little bit of everything, rather than forcing myself to stick with shooting only Urbex.  Today, I decided to see what I could shoot around the house, and I’ll post some of the shots I’ve come away with here on the blog.  […]

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