Polaroid Time-Zero film

Posted by JP Zorn on Fri, 01/30/09 09:48
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Comments by AG Laycock on Fri, 01/30/09 10:45

Love the rich, earthy colours, the dilapidation, the tangle of wires (or vines) contrasting with the rigidity of the straight edges. And of course I like the use of the Zorn geometric equation.

Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Fri, 01/30/09 12:04

The toning, the texturing of the derelict building and the interplay of shadow and light draws me into this image. The open door on the left creates a sense of anticipation in my mind but I'll stay inside here for awhile longer before I move on.

Comments by Linda Frey on Fri, 01/30/09 18:33

A good companion shot to your garage a couple of weeks ago.

Comments by els mo on Fri, 01/30/09 19:04

Comments by Mo Fridlich on Fri, 01/30/09 20:39

Very Nice!

Comments by Rick Longworth on Sat, 01/31/09 23:57

A very strange design. Nice tho.

Comments by MONIQUE STAP on Sun, 02/01/09 16:25

Sinister with very pleasing colours!


Comments by Ernest Cadegan on Sun, 02/01/09 16:29

I just love the way that Time-Zero can render light. Again the colours are pretty nice.

Comments by Maria Salvador on Mon, 02/02/09 07:32

Love the geometry and the colors. Especially nice over gray.

Comments by Julie M. Dant on Fri, 02/06/09 20:35

The sense of frigidness inside this old building is strong for me, even with that shaft of weak winter sunlight. I like this lots, JP.