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Morrison Hotel

In cityscapes, photoblog by Steve

If you’re a fan of the Doors, you’ll recognize this building (at least the front of it) from their album of the same name. There are some interesting things happening in this building now. Slum lords, law suits, etc. A google search will turn up some more info about the …

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Green Pane

In misc, photoblog by Steve

I came across this photo from a headshot photo shoot I did a couple years ago. I forgot that I did a lot more experimentation with my older camera. I also thought I has lost most of the photos from then, due to lost discs that I just found buried …

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Big Lots

In cityscapes, people, photoblog by Steve

This guy was particularly depressing to watch. He would load up the cart full of the boxes, get about five feet, they would come crashing back onto the street, he would pick them back up, get another five feet, they come crashing down again, repeat. No kidding, I think he …

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New Old Fashioned

In misc, photoblog by Steve

These lamp posts are just about everywhere the closer you get to downtown. I rather enjoy the fact that the city decided to put in something that blends in with the older architecture like it was always there, rather than clunky modernistic columns of light. I can find myself lost …

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Room with a view

In cityscapes, photoblog by Steve

This would be the apartment building that houses the people that have paparazzi guards I mentioned on Tues. I find the huge amount of repetition on the building amazingly entrancing to look at, but I would just go nuts actually living there. Just the sheer number of people crammed on …

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Reflections Part 1

In cityscapes, photoblog by Steve

A venture into downtown surprisingly resulted in quite a few shots I’m happy with. It wasn’t really a venture until I realized one of the buildings I was shooting was a very prominent apartment building. One that houses people that leave said building in all black cars with no plates …