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Four sprites appeared in the sky when I overexposed this print. I believe them to be mold on the lens.

This rural area of Ohio is quickly becoming a suburb of Columbus. Most of the outlying farm land has already been converted to sprawling housing developments.

4x10, toned silver gelatin print from 2006.

In the 616 photo essay.

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  • Brian Betteridge

    Brian Betteridge gave props (16 Aug 2009):

    great shot. love it

  • Andre Easter

    Andre Easter said (16 Aug 2009):

    Good way to keep using old stuff. I salute you. I am curious about the 4X10 reference though.

  • Craig Bortmas

    Craig Bortmas said (17 Aug 2009):

    4x10 is the original print size in inches.

  • Olivier Scher

    Olivier Scher gave props (19 Aug 2009):

    Very interesting picture and idea under. This phenomenon of "rurbanisation" or rural urbanization is also more and more frequent in France...

  • Erika Pisu

    Erika Pisu gave props (20 Aug 2009):

    nice shot!

  • Lew Harford

    Lew Harford gave props (24 Aug 2009):

    Amazing fix.

  • Younes

    Younes said (22 Dec 2009):

    picture is good, it is a professional job but it is not storytellling enough in this theme.

  • Emily Harris

    Emily Harris gave props (28 Dec 2009):

    excellent, love what you did with this shot.

  • Kristi Woody

    Kristi Woody gave props (23 Feb 2010):

    LOVE! Very nice

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