In honor of the Carnegie Deli, as it closes its doors tonight (12/30/16) at midnight .
This is the only picture that I snapped of the Carnegie Deli during my whirlwind tour of NYC back in 2012.
This tree-like vine covers the side of Bob’s building.
Okay, how many of you are singing “I see a red door and I want it painted black….”? And how many of you have absolutely no idea what I’m talking about?
The state capitol building, a fish eye lens, and a little inspiration from Escher.
The view looking down Cleveland’s E. 4th Street.
The Capitol Theatre in Gordon Square, Cleveland, OH
This building is in Cleveland, Ohio and although it was a pleasant picture to look at “as is”, I wanted to make it different from the photos that everyone else has of it. So, I made it into a negative….oh look, something different.
And it certainly worked. This photo was one in my collection at the Sur Saint Clair Gallery in Toledo, Ohio and people were actually making a bee-line over to look at it.
Thanks to everyone who came out to the gallery during Toledo’s Artwalk. It was great to meet so many people and have such interesting conversations!
This window caught my eye while strolling around Savannah, GA, but I thought the photo needed something to give it a little pizazz. So, off I went to experiment.
The first thing I did was turn it into a negative. That helped, but still wasn’t there. Then I did a little solarizing and voila ~ pizazz
It seemed as if time stood still as I was taking this picture. You can stop laughing now.
On my whirlwind tour of NY, I took the time (pun intended) to take this shot.