11 May

Crumble

Crumble

Taken in Vancouver’s Chinatown with cross-processed Fujichrome Provia film. This detail is of an old garage that is one of my favorite buildings in this area of the city. I love the way the yellow paint has cracked and is flaking from the walls as the building itself slowly crumbles away.

Lately I’ve been shooting with a new Trash Camera called an Akira that I picked up months ago at Value Village. I really like the look of the results I’ve gotten from it so far, such as the shot above.

One Comments

  1. That’s beautiful. One of the things I love about Vancouver is that exciting visual texture of decaying buildings, peeling paint, mossy trees, the subtle teeming rot and vital entropy that’s just everywhere here. So different from dry, sunny Calgary. That photo totally captures it.
    Have a great weekend, Rachael! 🙂

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