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All sizes | Escalator Into Oblivion | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | Escalator Into Oblivion | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

An experiment with product photography for a magazine style layout, playing on the Everyday Carry (EDC) phenomenon. This kit is intended for hiking and urban exploration. The contents of this kit were used to take this photo - for example, the red light in the background behind the bag is actually the smartphone, with the display showing a red screen. Purchase the bag (a Jumbo Versipack) at www.Maxpedition.com

An experiment with product photography for a magazine style layout, playing on the Everyday Carry (EDC) phenomenon. This kit is intended for hiking and urban exploration. The contents of this kit were used to take this photo - for example, the red light in the background behind the bag is actually the smartphone, with the display showing a red screen. Purchase the bag (a Jumbo Versipack) at www.Maxpedition.com

Christina Caradona: Sunday Oblivion - Style Estate -

Fashion Estate 02-05-2014 Part 2

Patents mean nothing when we face the oblivion | As patent… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Patents mean nothing when we face the oblivion | As patent… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

https://flic.kr/p/5ToJE2 | Lucien Moore House in ruins | This is how the Lucien Moore house looked the first time I saw it in 2001.  There have been many incredible pictures taken of this place in decay.  It's size and architectural complexity made it all the more impressive as it drifted into a dark, Gothic oblivion.  With the disappearance of most of the mansions of Brush Park in Detroit, it was a huge surprise to learn that it was being rebuilt as a project of HGTV.    More info…

https://flic.kr/p/5ToJE2 | Lucien Moore House in ruins | This is how the Lucien Moore house looked the first time I saw it in 2001. There have been many incredible pictures taken of this place in decay. It's size and architectural complexity made it all the more impressive as it drifted into a dark, Gothic oblivion. With the disappearance of most of the mansions of Brush Park in Detroit, it was a huge surprise to learn that it was being rebuilt as a project of HGTV. More info…

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