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February 16, 2005

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“Run” on Urban Zebra reminded me of this old photo I'd taken just about a year ago. I think it's one of the more quirky photos I've taken but for some reason I never posted it anywhere.

The scene is the back of the old church building at the Our Lady of Laventille Church. I was amused, in an admittedly warped way, by the staircase to a bricked up door into a church. This was compounded when I saw the No Entry sign painted on the driveway a little further down the hill.

Posted by phototakeouter at 01:41 PM | Comments (4)

Nice simple, thoughtful and wonderful picture

February 18, 2005 06:40 PM, Mydepiction

Great framing here. This shot feels both playful and melancholic. Well done!

February 17, 2005 08:56 AM, Andreas


February 17, 2005 02:37 AM, leova (↑)

This one got me excited. See, I used to make underground minimalist films for my friends' amusement and enlightenment. And I had a thing where I collected video of "stairs that lead nowhere". Very common in Midwest America, concrete steps that once led to a house, the house torn down, vanished, just weeds and vacant lot now, but the stairs remain. So odd and whimsically weird. See it everywhere, almost every neighborhood, every other block, has at least one. I also, on my Art Test Explosion blogspot site, I have a photo of an Exit sign that I title "Entrance"...or is it the other way around? I forget.

February 16, 2005 04:33 PM, steven streight

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