"Beauty at the end of the Line"
These aging, time-marked surfaces are far more interesting than in their showroom youth, when they were monotonous, unblemished monotones of color. If the light remains, I spend hours capturing the brilliant compositions I find, on that day, in that junkyard...recording the beauty at the end of the line. I strive to capture exactly what I saw without any human embellishment. I don't use supplemental illumination, reflectors or anything else to alter the natural light or the final print. There is a comfort in finding beauty at the end of the line. As the rust comes, I try to accept it, embrace it with humor, and hope my cameras get no heavier.
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