This door on the left has been retouched by a friend, David Cleveland. It looked pretty bland the way I shot it, and David managed to make a pretty picture into something really great... at least in my opinion.
These timbers are laying in a pile and somehow have managed to survive their obvious doom awaiting them at some toothpick factory overseas!
Here he is. Hopper! King of the Grasshoppers! guarding the Manitowoc Portland Cement Site.
Many of these photoraphs have alredy been distributed in the area, and many have not, but all have their stickers attached and are just waiting for me to get out of the house and around in the area to distribute them.
By the way, I really am getting tired of store managers who are afraid of their own shadows and won't allow us to place these little works of art in their stores for fear of reprisal from "corporate" people.
Be very VERY careful!!! Its ART! It might bite!
I think the photo at the left is just grate!
And to think, it was just laying on the ground on that site waiting for a camera to record it... now the picture lays in the Manitowoc Public Library waiting for someone to discover it!
I think that thisis my favorite. A copy of it was left at the Rahr/West Art gallery on Sunday afternoon (or was it Saturday... the 70's were very hard on me) anyway I don't know if it was found yet, but if you were the one that found it please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will tell you the true story of the Egyptians that created the archway.