Miscellaneous Compilation of photographs of recent history, in no particular order (2K14) .... Some were snapped by friends and sent to me via the electromagnetic spectrum.
This First one is a heart shape I formed out of a quilt.
This next one is mixed media. I applied facial features to a cabinet
This photo was taken in a labyrinthine skateboard shop on the east side of town. Pictured here are A. and R. posing naturally.
This is a minimal lighting nighttime shot out our back door window. I found the rectangular nature of this micro vista to have some aesthetic appeal to it. Do you see it, too?
This next one is a mixed media piece. I applied facial features to a cabinet whose handles looked like eyelids, and then in a photo editing program I doodled the outline of the face, and ta-dah!
This next one is a location in Monroe, Wisconsin, shot by a one A.D.K. on a fishing trip up there with family. Beautiful scene.
This next one is two people I love lots. This is a day we spent together that will live on in the nostalgia of my mind. Pictured here on a pier leading on out to a lighthouse off Lake Michigan.
My brother down below, with my nephew peering over the edge.
Vista by S.J.K in the Rockies.
Now these next few photos are of the items I sent to my pen pal S.J.R. The gimmick for this particular letter I sent S.J.R. was that the lines of the letter were strung out like a tickertape, like the ones used in telecommunications of the early 20th Century. I also sent a panda bear paper art cut out, made in the Yuxian County of China. The panda is said to represent good fortune, no stress, and things of that nature. Plus a handmade Bob Dylan charm I crafted was enclosed in the letter. "May you stay forever young" is the sentiment.
Tickertape letter close-up......
Vista by S.J.K, taken in CO. Back to nature.
This next one is crisis city, a mishap my friend is enduring as we speak. Get well soon, brother man.