Roadside Attractions and Other Images
Photography by Howard Bruensteiner
I photograph to share.
To communicate what I saw and felt to whomever might appreciate it.
My photographs are not complete until they are viewed.
As I pursue my hobby of traveling the backroads, particularly in California,
I never know when an image will appear around the next bend.
Having traveled virtually every road you see on a California state scale map,
I can tell you that almost anything show's up in this diverse state.
Have you ever turned to a traveling companion and said,
"Hey! Look at that!"
This is what happens to me when a photograph is born.
A photograph can capture a moment with credible, convincing realism.
You weren't there, but I was.
This is what I saw, I found it captivating, and I'd like to share it with you.
I hope you find value in it too.
We really do co-inhabit this same planet and share in its experiences.
We just aren't all in the same place at the same time.
You can increase the image viewing area withInternet Explorer by toggling the F11 key.
I haven't checked the view with other browsers recently.
If anyone encounters any glitches I would appreciate your feedback. Thanks.
The greyscale below presents 24 shades of grey from pure white to solid black.
For the best viewing on your monitor,
The solid black block at the far right should merge with the
solid black bar along the bottom,
The three blocks below are pure red, green, and blue.
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