Want to see some of my black and whites?? Sure ya do! Voila!:
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"Strange Merc"© 1973 - This subject was captured in a now defunct specialty car dealer in Philadelphia. This is actually a 30's vintage Mercury™ chassis with a rather interesting custom body done in that very decade! I love the grey scale and highlights in the shot.
"Delaware Avenue Spangle"© 1972 - On a tripod, staring down lonely Columbus Avenue, (it's since been renamed from "Delaware",) very late at night. The shutter was kept open for about three minutes. I wasn't about to tempt fate a second time!
"Would Be Rocker"© 1986 - Don't know what happened to these guys...
"The Little Dancer"© 1971 - Such a punim! Taken at a Jewish "Y" in Philadelphia after a function held by my crazy college.
"Spectre Of The Early 70s"© 1970 - The impromptu session that this photograph came from was right out of "Blow Up" without the intrigue. If you remember the traveling mimes in the Mini-Mog®, you get the idea.
"Donovan Jr."© 1973 - Any old Woodstockers out there?
"To-MAH-toes!"© 1970 - However, those thingies look more like apples. Whaddya know...They ARE apples! The tomatoes are on the right in the background.
"Etched Rock & Tree"© 1970 - Gray scale a go go!
"Ye Olde Coca Cola Sign"© 1974 - Taken with a special fine-grained film that I'm not sure they even make anymore and then sepia-toned. This, like most of the other photos, as well as most of the ones on the previous pages, is roughly thirty-plus years old.
There you go, the creme de la creme!
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In Memory of my Good Buddy, Pete Camiel III, 1972-2005
You will be sorely missed, my dear friend.
You went too soon, pal...you went WAY too soon!