Thursday, August 25, 2005


jericho road, at speed
dis·trac·tion (d-strkshn)
1 A condition or state of mind in which the attention is diverted from an original focus or interest.
2 Separation of bony fragments or joint surfaces of a limb by extension

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Anonymous Michael said...

Man cycling along not watching the road. Distraction is right. but the real question is: what kind of camera has this guy got? Is it a rangefinder?

Blogger emory said...

A question!

That is the shadow of the fabled Nikon Ti28, long out of production. It has film inside, 28mm f/2.8 lens.

While it is a point and shoot, there is a manual override (in use here to avoid the fast shutter speed it would have selected). It is an elegant, tough camera, in use now for 11 years.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I adore the unique angles you use and the way you capture and transform simple objects into glorious pieces of art. It's fantastic. :)


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