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Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Graffiti III


By Me

November 2005

6 comments:

Keith said...

I like the black with neon like graffiti, undiceded on your previous post it is too late and it is too busy for me to really look at it without my head hurting.

Peggi Meyer Graminski said...

Glad ya liked this one...I know the previous one is quite a busy image (Man and Time). While I love to hear that someone likes one of my photos, I also sincerely welcome critical comments too =)

Bill Rauh 79' said...

I like the effect. It pulls the graffit out of the wall. I am from Sierra Vista as well. Currently I am living in Phoenix. I have looked at your Bisbee photos and I liked them. Even though I have shot a lot of Bisbee photos, in is interesting to see how other people capture images of the same area. Keep up the good work. Bill

Peggi Meyer Graminski said...

Thanks for writing, Bill - I think I remember you from Buena =) Would love to see your photos - do you have a blog or a web site? If you do, let me know, and I'll add you to my links =) ,,, Bisbee is so much fun to photograph - even when you think you've seen everything there is to see, there's another alley, or someone doing something that you want to capture on film, etc. It's just always got that special something, you know?...thanks again for visiting my blog. Best wishes!

Bill Rauh 79' said...

Yes, Bisbee is a special place. I remember when I was living in bisbee in 87'. I looked up and on the 2nd floor someone and penciled in a drawing straight on to the wall behind the porch. It was a scene of a woman wearing a dress sitting down smoking a cigirette with a man. Never did take the photo probably because I lived there.
I liked to see how woman photographers shoot photographs, they have a different way of seeing. I used to have a web site but have changed ISP's. Tina will kill me but I still need a dedicated film scanner. I am in to quality. Plus the fact that developers will not scan B&W. I'm working 2 jobs and I don't have the time. But who knows in the future you have been an inspriation for me to bring those old hobbies back to life.

Peggi Meyer Graminski said...

Hey Bill, Thanks for sharing your Bisbee story =) If you ever want to post anything here just let me know, and I'll be happy to put it on here for you. Hope you get the opportunity to pick up the camera again sometime soon=) Take care, Peggi