Polaroid Concrete 3

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© Chris A. Fraser
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As a stay at home Dad, I don't have a commute. However my son and I go for a walk almost every day. We usually stop by our local coffee shop and then head off to the park too play. Our regular route is along Vancouver's Seawall, with stunning views of downtown. Along our route we pass under two of Vancouver's main bridges into the downtown core. Most people view these heavy industrial structures as ugly. However if the light hits them right they create these wonderful geographic shapes .

Shot with a Polaroid SX-70 with a 2 stop neutral density filter, on outdated Polaroid 600 film.

6 responses

  • Alexis - Now on Flickr

    Alexis - Now on Flickr gave props (19 Jan 2010):

    The defect fro the rollers works so well in these 2 images

  • Catherine Hadler

    Catherine Hadler gave props (20 Jan 2010):

    wow, love the composition

  • Kevin House

    Kevin House gave props (21 Jan 2010):

    Very cool!

  • JojoH

    JojoH (Deleted) gave props (16 Apr 2010):

    i already favorited this image, and if i could, i'd favorite it again. love the story that goes with it.

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (17 Apr 2010):

    M A G N I F I Q U E n t r y !

  • Joseph Rotindo

    Joseph Rotindo said (1 May 2010):

    excellence. a fine-art photograph, and even more amazing... you took it with polaroid film...outdated polaroid film!!! absolutely breathtaking tones...

    stunning work...one of the best photographs on JPG!

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