Shack Life photo 12

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4 Responses to Shack Life photo 12

  1. Tobysgirl says:

    Love the photos as always. What are the curvy things? If you ever want to look at photos of dying America, check out Linh Dinh’s work at State of the Union.

    • Thanks. Curvy things are on outdoor toilet metal roof.I love watching films that show the real America-not the Hollywood version.Will certainly check out Linh Dinh’s work. Do you have any photos of your place online?

      • Tobysgirl says:

        No, but I have a few on CD that show gardens, etc. One of our cats dropped my 35mm camera on the floor and I have to use another roll of film to see if it is damaged (the last roll had some blurry photos, but I was trying to take pictures of the ice on trees after an ice storm and the shimmer in the sun might be responsible for some of the blurriness). I looked at cheap digital cameras yesterday; jeezums, if I could still hike and canoe, they would be so easy to carry! My 35mm weighs a ton (or it feels like it does).

        After viewing Linh Dinh’s work — and he writes terrifically about decaying America as well, having the unique perspective of coming here as a child from Vietnam — I’ve thought about taking pictures of people’s houses in rural Maine after asking their permission. Another thing he does is take pictures of the cheap meals he finds when traveling!

  2. That would be really interesting-good luck with the photography project if you do it.

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