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Tag Archives: digital photography
…something I’m trying out…merging two realities inside one moment.
Assorted sharpness, see more…
The topic that interests me in these photographs is the intersection between nature and industry; the seeming chaos of industrial construction as it spills across sedate fields of corn and sunflowers to eventually become a ribbon of concrete and steel … Continue reading
© All Images Douglas Barkey 2012
Best wishes everyone!…..see you in 2012!
…heading north, somewhere over Buenos Aires province….and back home.
Ezeiza airport, Buenos Aires – I included my trip back to Argentina after a 33 – year absence in this blog on photography, because I wanted a space to process how photography helps us understand and know our experiences. La Bodega … Continue reading
Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2011- It is hard to travel anywhere in Argentina without encountering evidence of a culture with an “eternal fascination with the deceased” that extends far beyond the walls of the famed Recoleta cemetery into the most remote … Continue reading
Palermo, Buenos Aires – Café con leche, cafecito, jarrita de café….next to máte, taking time to savor an expresso or coffee with milk is a frequent Argentine pastime. For fun I photographed each of my coffee breaks with my Iphone. A few … Continue reading
Casa Rosada, Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires – This type of event would have been unheard of 30 years ago in front of La Casa Rosada or anywhere else…. The day before I left Argentina 33 years ago was when … Continue reading