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Old 03-02-2010, 04:54 AM   #1
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photos of stuff on the ground.

with the weather so horrible from the storms marilyn and i were getting desperate for things to shoot locally, so we resorted to junk in the street.


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Wow! you really know how to turn "street junk" into a work of art! Very good photography!

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I really like these photos. You could develop a niche market in found art or accidental art. In the warmer months the Shadyside area of Pittsburgh has what is called First Fridays(first Friday evening of the month) where all the galleries are open late and people stroll around, stop in at the cafes and wine bars. You see lots of unusual presentations and I am particularly fond of things that are everyday but seen in a different way by someone with an artistic eye.
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