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Tag Archives: arcata
COLOR OR BLACK AND WHITE
The perennial question – which version is the stronger image?
Posted in arcata bottoms, fine art photography, old barns Tagged abandoned buildings, arcata, arcata history, black and white, buildings 1 Comment
ABANDONED RANCH THROUGH A BROKEN WINDOW
I took this image this morning.
More moral and physical decay.
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ANOTHER HOME LEFT TO THE ELEMENTS
I often wondered just how long it would take for all traces of my house to disappear if left completely alone to the elements. I may be able to watch and document the demise of the house in the above … Continue reading
Which side up?
Posted in alleys, arcata, arcata plaza, building, buildings, historic building Tagged arcata, arcata history, buildings, fine art photography, rural california Leave a comment
Here are three variations of one image. I have yet to decide which I prefer, but I am leaning toward the color image.
Posted in arcata, buildings, fine art, humboldt, humboldt county history, small town, store front Tagged arcata, arcata history, black and white, buildings, fine art photography, rural california 1 Comment
NEW WORK IN COLOR
I think it works in color – perhaps better.
THE MIDWAY HEADSTONE
The Midway Drive-in Theater located midway between Arcata and Eureka. I wonder how long it will stand.
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Posted in arcata, arcata marsh, California, humboldt bay, humboldt county Tagged arcata, arcata marsh, humboldt bay, pond, wetland Leave a comment