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I’ve driven past hundreds of times, in all light and weather, trying to catch what this old roadhouse is mumbling. Yesterday I thought someone, maybe a country workcrew had sprayed the grass in front with fluorescent blue paint. When I stopped later that afternoon and walked up close, the blue revealed itself to be wild violets. Like a chunk of the sky blow down at the feet of this abandoned dream. (Photo is RAW, no post-processing except resize for web and copyright txt.)

Abandoned roadhouse, trailers out back, April 2014 SW Wisconsin

Abandoned roadhouse, trailers out back, April 2014 SW Wisconsin

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Under the influence of The Democratic Camera

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Paul Kwilecki Photographer

Take a moment to read the accompanying article and click through this masterful collection of black and white photos by Georgia photographer Paul Kwilecki. I didn’t  recognize his name, but his work deserves attention; in technique, composition, lighting and embrace of the subjects in his hometown of Decatur, Georgia, his work reveals a master’s touch. Inspiring for all of us who dream through a lens.

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