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alifeingrain · 2 days ago
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Bucharest, Romania - April 2022 Pentax K1000 on Kodak Gold 200
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bymikefilms · a month ago
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Photos I took on my vacations in Los Angeles, california. Man I really loves this vibe! ♥️
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analoglens · 17 days ago
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© timo bernhard, all rights reserved  
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spikyknee · a month ago
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Pretty
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coldwarpics · 4 months ago
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MIG-31 in the rain
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sendhimtotheshadowrealm · 2 months ago
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saturday morning pt 1-3 // photowalk // london
kodak gold 200 pushed to 800
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terrymagson · 11 days ago
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@terrymagson
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earthtowildrose · 2 months ago
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we were talking about life, we were sitting outside 'til dawn -::- ig @roseeadsdesign
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railwayhistorical · 4 months ago
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Covered Wagon
Here’s a GM&O F3 in, you guessed it, Bloomington, Illinois, along the Alton. The poling pockets were idiosyncratic to the GM&O.
Image by Richard Koenig; taken July 3rd 1976, Bicentennial Eve.
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nikos35clicks · 4 months ago
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2022 new year's eve dawn
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alifeingrain · 21 hours ago
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Bucharest, Romania - April 2022 Pentax K1000 on Kodak Gold 200
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goutalk · 7 days ago
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analoglens · a year ago
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© timo bernhard, all rights reserved
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petalier · a year ago
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by Elena Samsonova
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hannalchemy · 5 months ago
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your garden dies every year | durham, nc | @hannalchemy
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coldwarpics · 6 months ago
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NOCS Operator of Italian State Police, with a Galil
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The pain you endure today will be the strength you need tomorrow.
-posted in R/MilitaryPorn on Reddit
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sendhimtotheshadowrealm · 17 days ago
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terrymagson · a year ago
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Cats of Istanbul @terrymagson
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connorjfilm · 6 months ago
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Waiting for the Night Bus
November, 2021 Canon F1 / Kodak Gold 200
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railwayhistorical · a month ago
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City as Metaphor
With this project I revisit locales in New York City (primarily Brooklyn), where I made photographs several decades ago. A contemporary, high-resolution image is then made, framed to mimic the prior photograph. The updated view is then combined with the vintage analog work to form a straightforward diptych à la Mark Klett’s wonderful Rephotographic Survey Project of the late seventies. The goal of this undertaking is to allow the viewer to study how visible things may have changed over a relatively long period of time—the most notable being, perhaps, an explosion of trees and foliage. But while the image-duos describe this and other changes based on physical appearances, it is hoped that a reflection of a deeper sort may be elicited. One may ponder what has transpired generally since the vintage views were made—the nature of the photography exhibited here is a receipt for a far-reaching digital revolution still unfolding. Beyond image and information technology, though, lurk other truly impactful events, some of which can be discerned from the images, while others cannot. The circumstance for having created the vintage images (while the author was studying photography at Pratt Institute in the early eighties) is arbitrary, but not insignificant. While not as dramatic as the shift in social, political, and cultural mores that occurred in the late sixties, the author, like many others, feels 1980 marks the beginning of a shift toward a new gilded age in the United States. Citing the oft-stated fable of frogs slowly being cooked alive, we tend not to notice incremental change, even when dangerous or possibly fatal in nature. It is hoped that the simple tactic of using time-comparison photographs will work to jar the viewer.
One can go here to see the entire project.
Richard Koenig
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