Friday, November 27, 2009

Scenes from the Past


This is an 8x10 polaroid transfer of an old church in Mexico.
Because the delicate emulsion is floated off the polaroid and onto fine art paper it wrinkles and begins to take on the look of a tapestry.
Please click on the photo if you care to see it larger.

16 comments:

  1. Wow Glen, I love it. Great color.

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  2. Hello Glen...Wow..your work is AMAZING! I look forward to visiting your blog again.

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  3. The larger photo was absolutely beautiful

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  4. Magnífica composición y colores.
    Un saludo.

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  5. Really great shot - and a neat effect. I looked at this shot for a long time, I like it! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Beautiful photo. Your all photos are amazing!:)

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  7. What a truly exquisite image. Most beautiful indeed.

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  8. Hi there Glen. How nice to see you as a follower on my blog. I've just check out yours and wauw what a stunning pictures flow on my screen. You are wonderful with a camera. Question, what's with the name....it sounds so dutch to me? Is it?
    Well you're gonna see me around. CU Dagmar

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  9. This is fantastic, Glen! It has the look of an abstract/collage mixed media type of work. Truly full of warm earthy color and texture and balanced perfectly in a well thought deliberate composition. Well done, inspiring.

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  10. Fantastico blog , me encanta ver tus fotos , desde este momento soy seguidora de tu blog.

    Un abrazo de MA desde Granada .

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