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2005-11-17 07:20:13 AM  
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2005-11-17 07:22:14 AM  
 
2005-11-17 07:30:14 AM  
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Random graffiti'd wall, Metz, France.
 
2005-11-17 07:36:35 AM  
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2005-11-17 07:39:57 AM  
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2005-11-17 07:42:24 AM  
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My great-grandfather's farmhouse.
 
2005-11-17 07:53:56 AM  
Chillida Sculpture, San Sebastian, Spain 1998
 
2005-11-17 07:58:04 AM  
Chillida Sculpture, San Sebastian, Spain 1998

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2005-11-17 08:15:46 AM  
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2005-11-17 08:16:38 AM  
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2005-11-17 08:20:50 AM  
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Thermal Pool Yellowstone National Park
 
2005-11-17 08:21:26 AM  
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Fallen Barn somewhere in Montana
 
2005-11-17 08:22:09 AM  
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Door Knob Montana Old Family Ranch
 
2005-11-17 08:24:15 AM  
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Abandoned building in St. Louis, MO

/sorry about the low res, scanner power source destroyed in flood, had to go from archive thumbnail
//first time doing this
 
2005-11-17 08:26:31 AM  
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Old City Hospital, downtown St. Louis in the background.
 
2005-11-17 08:29:09 AM  
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Old City Cemetery, Key West.
 
2005-11-17 08:50:37 AM  
 
2005-11-17 08:54:01 AM  
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An abandoned house in MN. Dang tree got in the way though. ( I was riding in a car.)
 
2005-11-17 08:55:18 AM  
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A deer skull somewhere in Montana.
 
2005-11-17 09:25:53 AM  


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/Music Box Man, Mexico
//Time hasn't passed for this man
///Photo Community

link here
 
2005-11-17 09:36:26 AM  
Abandoned factory turned town welcome center in Briggs, TX.

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1/3
 
2005-11-17 09:37:38 AM  


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/Old city of Guanajuato, Mexico
//Used to be a metropolis back in the 1500's
///Photo Community link here
 
2005-11-17 09:37:39 AM  
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Old sign.
 
2005-11-17 09:38:01 AM  
many great photos here, and i am intrigued by the overwhelming abundance of images suggesting time=old, decayed, crumbling, abandoned, ruined etc. how can we account for this? why little to nothing future oriented?thoughts, ideas?
 
2005-11-17 09:38:02 AM  
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/A french castle
 
2005-11-17 09:38:10 AM  
The back of the factory.

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2/3
 
2005-11-17 09:40:09 AM  
One of the many fossils my parents have collected over the years.

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3/3
 
2005-11-17 09:45:48 AM  
 
2005-11-17 09:48:31 AM  
With voting this time, sorry...

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3/3
 
2005-11-17 09:49:56 AM  
with voting this time..

Back of the factory...

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2/3
 
2005-11-17 09:56:30 AM  
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3/3

Whew, I defended my honor and squeezed a stapler in there.
 
2005-11-17 10:01:21 AM  
Atticus, that picture has a lot of depth to it. You have my vote.
 
2005-11-17 10:02:01 AM  
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Long time farker, first time poster. I hope I do this correctly.

Before I forget: I love imageshack.us
 
2005-11-17 10:02:26 AM  
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Not manipulated by any computer. This was a hand manipulated SX-70 polaroid I took by swirling around the chemicals.
 
2005-11-17 10:02:27 AM  
http://userpages.umbc.edu/~chriss2/01.jpg
 
2005-11-17 10:03:57 AM  
platypusjones
many great photos here, and i am intrigued by the overwhelming abundance of images suggesting time=old, decayed, crumbling, abandoned, ruined etc. how can we account for this? why little to nothing future oriented?thoughts, ideas?

This Weeks Theme: "Time"

Description: "Pictures that show the the passage of time. e.g. abandoned buildings, ruins of previous cultures, etc."

/Didn't go to the bother of reading that I guess ;)
 
2005-11-17 10:04:08 AM  
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fullsize
 
2005-11-17 10:04:13 AM  
staplermofo: Whew, I defended my honor and squeezed a stapler in there.

whew! ;o)

great work all!

 
2005-11-17 10:06:17 AM  
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2005-11-17 10:09:03 AM  
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2005-11-17 10:09:17 AM  
Note: required listening while viewing this thread is a certain Pink Floyd song. I'm sure you know which. I haven't heard it in months and it's been stuck in my head since I saw the first pic.
 
2005-11-17 10:12:04 AM  
Moonflower (dial-up warning)
Sorry, it's small enough as it is, not going to resize it any smaller. Took about 30 minutes of manual time-lapse shots and a couple of hours to assemble the gif.
 
2005-11-17 10:13:09 AM  
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2005-11-17 10:20:18 AM  
Not a lot of clocks in this one...

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2005-11-17 10:20:42 AM  
Anyone got a good photo of a window pane that's thicker at the bottom?
 
2005-11-17 10:25:24 AM  
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This was taken in the Loita Plains, near the Masai Mara game preserve, Kenya.

Muti-size and fullsize
 
2005-11-17 10:27:04 AM  
monkeybort: veruca: Next FARK party...Western State Hospital asylum ruins? I'll bring the beer :)

i like it! put me down for the chips and salsa!


i've got the brownies right here!
 
2005-11-17 10:33:53 AM  
monkeybort - dolls freak me out enough. Great pic. Has a very empty, eerie quality to it.

idle hands - for some reason I can never see your pics.
 
2005-11-17 10:35:37 AM  
grep: idle hands - for some reason I can never see your pics.

even the visible ones...? i can't explain it
 
2005-11-17 10:38:31 AM  
grep: dolls freak me out enough. Great pic. Has a very empty, eerie quality to it.

thank you! the working title of the series is 'creepy dolls'. glad you like her, she scares the crap outta me sometimes. i think it's in here somewhere, but there's more at my website (in profile) under the 'fine art' section.


staplermofo: Whew, I defended my honor and squeezed a stapler in there.

i knew you'd come through. *grin*
 
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