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Old Apr 7, 2014, 9:46 AM   #1
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Default The Neon Signs "Museum" ... and more :)

I went to the Neon Signs "Museum" with a small group of fellow photographers. This is basically of bunch of people who are fixed old neon signs and the local phone company gave them access to a building to put them on. It is pretty interesting ... at night

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Old Apr 7, 2014, 10:44 AM   #2
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Very "Film Noir," I like it.
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Very "Film Noir," I like it.
I agree with that. Also feel a sense of commercial history as art when looking at some of those signs. Well done.
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Interesting PP and framing, thank you for posting.
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All very cool. Yer play'n with my mind on that last one.
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All very cool. Yer play'n with my mind on that last one.
Hi,

I read somewhere that it is interesting to "break" the way we see the world. So, I shot this subway entrance knowing that I will work on it ... sideways. Just to make it more confusing, I removed the first attachments of the railings (I hope this is the proper word for it, sorry for my French).

I should do that more often ... it is fun

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Nicely done and I love the CNR Freight Telegrams. Boy, that must sure go back a long time.
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