Things Get Strange: for the love of distortion & blur

Here is the continued story of the world as seen through plastic lenses…

Multiple exposures with the malfunctioning shutter of a Diana camera can render interesting results.

things get strange

things get strange

More from the Diana camera…

floating venus

floating venus

Vintage signage from Mankato, MN.   Holga with Ilford Delta 3200…

BOWL

BOWL

Diana camera shot of a mausoleum door in the cemetery next door to the Glensheen Mansion in Duluth, MN.

the unknown

the unknown

Diana camera shots from South Shore of Lake Superior in Wisconsin…

earth times three

earth times three

holding up half the sky

holding up half the sky

No gratuitous umbrella shots here… It was raining, and my daughter was carrying her Hello Kitty umbrella with her.

a girl with her umbrella

a girl with her umbrella

Holga, Ilford Delta 32oo, and blizzard…

last days

last days

Finally, through January 6th, if you buy one regularly priced item from my Etsy Shop, you’ll receive a gift print.  (This excludes the items in the New Year Specials section of my shop.)

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8 responses to “Things Get Strange: for the love of distortion & blur

  1. Your photography is just beautiful! I think my favorite is “The Unknown” 🙂

  2. thank you. viewing your photos was one of my favorite holiday gifts to myself. Happy 2009!
    A. Woz
    Child-grower
    annitawoz.wordpress.com

  3. Very beautiful photos

  4. These photos tell such stories! Love them

  5. “A girl with her umbrella” is lovely. Really nice shot !

  6. great entry 🙂

    i linked your blog in mine : http://gonzale.wordpress.com/
    i saw you still have my blogspot link, so yeah 🙂

  7. I will change it. I have a Blogger blog, too, but it is for my Etsy related activities, so I like to keep my photoblog separate and distinct.

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