Daily Photo Phix: In by 11

Street scene of a dry cleaner, In by 11, 2 Guys Photo

On the way to work, I detoured down a side street and, struck by this establishment and it’s signage from another decade, I decided to pull over.

With my iPhone 4, I captured this wide angle view, using Camera+, and then, as if I had any choice, I applied the “70’s” filter.

Result: a photo of a street scene from days gone but remembered, weathered with age, discolored by time.  My shirts will be ready by 5.                                       Posted by Ed

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About Ed Spadoni

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11 Responses to Daily Photo Phix: In by 11

  1. Mark James says:

    Just goes to show it’s not the camera, it’s the person behind it. That app sounds very cool though.

  2. Duane Bender says:

    Composition and processing work so nicely

  3. Donna McCommon says:

    I love it. Camera + is the app I use the most on my iPhone4 .

  4. Rodney says:

    If the car down the street could have been a 1950s Model T, this photo could have been taken in the 50s. GREAT capture Ed.

    Rodney

  5. kara says:

    This is super! Reminds me of 8 O’Clock coffee and back when people worked from 9-5 and 8:00 was early. Remember that?

  6. Jet Tilton says:

    Great pic! You are lucky to have older buildings to easily capture! Here in North Texas it takes more effort to find shots like this….
    enjoying your blog.
    Jet

    • Ed Spadoni says:

      Hi Jet, thanks! Yes, we have a lot of history in New England, but so do you. I’d love to shoot those Texas deserts and sunrises. And thanks for discovering 2 Guy. Hope you’ll visit often.

  7. Howard says:

    Great find Ed! Definitely has a “days gone by” feel to it. Neat processing, well done!

  8. Tom reichert says:

    Awesome vintage feel Ed !

  9. 2guysphoto says:

    This is otherwordly. Reminds me of a post card of some smalltown USA from the 1960s. Very cool.

    Rey

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