Posts Tagged ‘disposable camera’

In fact, this lot was one of the original spaces to inspire The Abandoned Car Lots Photo Project Series. It’s sat vacant at the busy intersection of I-35 and Ben White in Austin, TX for at least 5 years now. Once impeded with heavy traffic for a lack of adequate on/off ramps for this intersection, […]

Second in the Abandoned Car Lots Photo Project Series: Lone Star Auto on Broadway St.  Broadway is a main thoroughfare, which stretches between San Antonio’s Downtown – The Alamo! The Riverwalk! – to Alamo Heights, an upscale neighborhood/mini-town with its own police force and school district. Between the two is an area once dominated by […]

The first in the undertaking of the Abandoned Car Lots Photo Project Series.  This lot, located on Bandera Rd near 410, in San Antonio, TX, sits near a massive on-ramp to the highway. It has been vacant for at least 7 years. The lot has three office buildings (that are really like having a tin […]

I find these spaces captivating. How long they sit there: unoccupied, growing wild in the midst of an urban space. I think they’re beautiful. And I have this love of photo taking with disposable cameras. What effects the light, the film, the developing process will have is to be seen only when I get the […]