Monday, June 13, 2011

More Scans: Little Buildings

Not finding much inspiration in the landscape recently, I turned inward to my scanner.  I have a collection of little metal tourist schlock buildings that I really love.  So I wondered how they would look, given the scanner treatment.
The Statue of Liberty, about 2 inches high, made of pot metal.
The Chrysler building, beloved of New Yorkers, about the same height. (It took many years before this building made it into the pot metal mix -- the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building have been around for decades, but the Chrysler was sadly neglected for a long time.)
And the Alamo, which is about 3/4 inch high.

I'm going to continue this series -- the portfolio is called Stuff.

The images are available at my gallery

And, to change the subject entirely, check out for our fabulous photo tour next April in the Basque country.

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