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Mulberry St.

I didn’t feel like doing anything much after writing my enema opus yesterday. Today I happily got my Olympus 40-150mm 2.8 lens in and stared at it in a mildly erotic way when it was mounted on my new Olympus EM1. It was glorious. Then I realized I needed to edit pictures which would distract me from the camera porn that I had assembled in front of me. I set it aside and produced the images below.

I’ll be honest and say I was leaning towards doing a color image only because I really liked how it came out. I figured why not do a black and white conversion with a different crop as well just for grins. Now I like both equally as they show the same scene just in a different way that really makes it interesting.

I have been living on flower images but this is a taste of what I have recently shot. I froze my fingers off wandering parts of Baltimore that I had never gone to. I used my Panasonic GX7 with the 14-42 kit lens and just walked around shooting what I saw. I’ll likely expand on the series as I have editing time this weekend and then I’m off to spend a week in Washington DC for work. Which will give me lots of time to shoot some stuff while I’m working there.

Enjoy Mulberry St.

Mulberry St Baltimore

Mulberry St Baltimore

4 replies on “Mulberry St.”

The photos are very interesting! I see one or more of us know what it is. Took me awhile to see a “lady” I liked the color version. To think I saw it on Mulberry Street is a great book, the street name is what gave it away. It has been awhile since I have read that to a little one. I see “L” put her comments in quickly. She is passionate about her books for children.

And to Think that I Saw it on Mulberry Street

What a nice homage to Dr. Seuss so close to his birthday. Way to support literacy, Jason.

Don’t try to hide behind a lazy exterior. You support the education of the youth of America just like me. I know you are not all Grinch.

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