The Minimalist Photographer
Minimalist, contemporary and experimental photography by Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson Posted on: February 24, 2012
South Shore Line
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Ahhh look at all those poles +Steve Johnson … this is great! :))))
+Natosha Davis Thanks! :)
Whoa – yeah baby. I have a really fondness for 'dense stuff sticking up in the city'.
+Eric Fredine me too – vertical lines rule :)
Russian dolls of verticality – h/t to +donna marsh
+Eric Fredine ha! excellent
Nice shot +Steve Johnson has a real 70s retro feel to it, reminds me when all of the telephone lines were up on poles.
+Jeff Smith Just about everything here is still above ground – good job there isn't a way to run sewage pipes on poles.
Damn—I can never decide whether it's a wire day or a pole day. This solves both worlds.
Very nice, Steve!
+Donna Blanchard Hey Donna! – how's the new job and lifestyle! I will email you an update from sunny Valpo the weekend. I got a book deal, real dead tree one with a real publisher. More about that in the email.
Great mood +Steve Johnson Like the processing on this!
Wow, Steve, it sounds like you're kicking ass – fabulous! I'm anxious to hear all about it. Hawaii is everything you've ever heard it is. Your Southshore photo reminded me – we don't have anything like that in our landscape here (we don't have any trains at all, in fact). I appreciate the sights of NW IN! (we don't have any woodsy creatures or familiar bird varieties either – I didn't know I'd miss deer, raccoons and robins!)
+Donna Blanchard For the next book I'll be looking for tax writeoffs interesting locations (Hawaii qualifies). Haven't written the email yet – expect it soon.
Well… you know we might have one or two interesting locations here on Oahu. (see, I'm still good at taking cues!)
+Donna Blanchard sounds wonderful – you never know. It's certainly time that I broadened my horizons beyond the Midwest that much is for sure.
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