Somehow this series of photos of people trying to avoid the camera feels much different than it might have a couple of months ago. See ’em all here.
A small series of photos instructing you how to deal a knife wielding fiend. Click here to see them all.
Women and cars- Need I say more? Be warned- There are a couple of NSFW pics. Click here to see them all!
A gallery of about 50 photos from an album compiled by a traveller to Japan and China early in the 20th Century I picked up a few weeks ago. Click here to see them all.
A few of my favorite aviation-related photographs- click here to see them all.
My images to scan pile is getting unwieldy so I thought I’d put together a little show of landscape-ish photos most of which I’ve gotten in the last year or so. Click here to see them all. P.S. as there are a number of panoramas it’s probably best viewed on your desktop.
Yesterday I picked up a small but interesting lot of negatives (with a few snapshots mixed in) from the estate of a young man from Kentland, Indiana in the late 1910s/early 20s. Several of the negatives had been painted over in order to vignette the subject and one actually had a a figure cut out and glued directly to the negative itself. All in all a nice little set and a welcome addition to my collection. You can see them all here.
It’s been a cold and rainy spring in Chicago and to me that’s book weather (actually for me pretty much all weather is book weather) so I thought I’d put together a gallery of book/magazine/newspaper related photos for your viewing pleasure. Click here to see them all.
Continuing the religious theme from yesterday I thought I’d put together an album of some of my favorite religion-themed photos. Just over 100 pics- from the sanctified to the ridiculous and back again. Click here to see them all.
To get you ready for Easter weekend I thought I’d give you a little slice of life from a hardcore evangelical store front church in South L.A. (the neighborhood of Florence to be exact) in the early 70s. As L.A. legend Charles Mingus said, Better Git It in Your Soul! Click here to get sanctified.