Another macro shot from the Neon Boneyard. The sun had begun to sink in the late day so the shadows began to grow a bit longer and more pronounced. It was intriguing to see these lights in perfect shape, disrupted by broken or missing ones scattered throughout the pattern. My photog buddy Ron is big on disruption in images 🙂 So when I saw this one, I drew inspiration from his comments and critiques of my prior postings.

Just a quick snap, and only some tonal contrast applied in post. That was it (besides adding the black border via Kubota’s action set!)… a different perspective of these larger than life signs.


Lights and Shadows (c) joseph Rowland 2009


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