I had to turn the car around and take a photograph when I read this street name.
Someone was creative in Venango County, Polk, PA.
Do you ever wonder who names the streets?
In the same zip code 16432- Frozen Toe Road, Riddle Street, Hells Kitchen Street, Rainbow Road, Broken Arrow Road, Log Cemetery Road, Fishermans Cove, Gameland.
If you had a time machine, to what period of time would you travel?
Back to the Future
He looked up. I looked down. Can it count for the challenge?
Mark Panza, artist, photographer and gallery owner.
He looked up at me on the stairs. Oh no, all I had was my phone.
I was in Millvale Friday afternoon. The Pittsburgh Society of Artists Show is up and the opening is 6PM Saturday night. They were asking members who are photographers to volunteer to photograph events so I said I would. Thought I’d check it out when it was empty first. A sneak peek below. More to come.
Tomorrow night the gallery will be filled with people!
Etna Memorial Day Parade 2016 is my piece on left.
On the way home, stopped at a light in Lawrenceville. I looked up -saw the Artist Crossing Sign
Sign on Butler Street, Lawrenceville in front of Paint Monkey
(Note to self: I’d better get my windshield washed if I am going to photograph through it)
Seen around Pittsburgh.
Milwaukee Wisconsin signage 2005
Do you ever go back and examine a series of photos you took, at least a decade ago? Maybe your camera was low-end or you didn’t have a perfect lens. The weather was gray.
When I look at New York Spring, I see my sister’s guidance and spotting cool things for me to photograph- help capture signage and scenes in her neighborhood, before they disappear. Signs. Lots of signs.
I try to keep the blog in Real Time but this is looking back and no, I’m not in NYC tonight.
I dedicate this post to my fashionable friends.
Natalie- Personal Shopper and Closet Cleanse Specialist
Bernadette- Outfits Not Just Clothes
Shannon- Carpus Diem
My fashionable friends links to blogs and info in blue after their names.
Drive from the Austin airport to the hotel
Depended on the turn of the cab and the changing sunlight coming into the window.
From our Austin adventure although I’ve been home a week and a day.
I always like to photograph interesting signage. Urban communication.
Chris, my friend’s son, drove by Ruth’s Partyland as slowly as he could while I tried to catch it with my camera.
Then the next time around he actually pulled into the parking lot. I never made it inside to photograph the pinatas. And I read they had Mexican candy, too. I was so disappointed.