i finally got fisheye film developed from about a year ago. i am basically the quickest person off the blocks you’ve ever seen. can you blame me? tell me you wouldn’t get distracted every single day.
i really dig all of those photos.
me too. i was pleasantly surprised at how they all turned out. there should be more soon.
i loooove this pic alison! fish eyes are amazing. i still have mine and even though the lens is scratched i just keep it in my room because everyone loves looking through it. and this was an amazing thing to use it for…there’s something that feels sort of ghost-like about walls like this, if that makes any sense. not because it has pictures of jesus, but because it’s the wall of someone who believes in something that’s almost mythology. walls like this will disappear and as much as i usually want organized religion to be obliterated, i want to preserve the art of the culture it induced. just like i love old houses who’s belongings haven’t changed much since the time they were built (like a great grandmas). I want to use this pic sometime for something i plan on working on in the future. i’ll let you know when i do!
thanks, bobby! you’re welcome to use it as you’d like, just let me know so i can see it. also, if you want to see that wall, plus about 20 others like it but with different themes, you should come down and visit us in chapel hill. you should come down and visit us anyway.
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