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Sunday, May 28, 2006

Covered-up Structures... Japanese photographer Eiji Ina. He also photographs industrial waste, among other things.

Posted by OREN GRAD


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, those are simply brilliant.

9:34 AM  
Anonymous Ernest Theisen said...

He photographs industrial waste? Well I am so glad somebody is. That means I don't have to.

11:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha! That reminded me of a post I started a while back:

I fully support a photographers right, nay, obligation, to photograph whatever stirs their soul. Likewise, we all get to have an opinion about it. I also reserve the right to change my mind.

Having said that, I kinda like some of the waste pictures. Thanks for the link.

1:46 PM  
Blogger Scott Kirkpatrick said...

An interesting link, but I missed seeing gorofu driving ranges, surrounded by high walls of mesh fencing reaching to the heights of buildings. Perhaps they are too ordinary for Japanese eyes to notice, but to a visitor they are unique and quite alien. The buildings wrapped for see-thru billboard installation from sidewalk to building top (where the cellphone antennas go) are, on the other hand, common sights now.

3:36 AM  

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