107 places

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22 February 2011

saturated, sated

I took this photograph when I was still using Kodachrome 64 film. How I miss the saturation of the colo(u)r transparency, the image as a mounted slide, as a tangible thing in the hand. And the image projected in a darkened room. Delicious.
Photo: Ginza, Tokyo, through a window, at a window

2 comments:

akikoml said...

I am glad you dug up magic from technoligy of the past. It's a beauty. The photo is a poem without words. I saw a monk just like him on the street of Ginza in the winter of 1990.

Madeleine Marie Slavick said...

glad you like the image, akiko