Roll in Fury

This is about as close as I like to get to the obviously modern. And while I wish I could have gotten closer (and maybe I could have), I like what I see. The old ass slide film certainly helps a bundle.

Pros: The building, the truck, even the guy on the roof (especially the guy on the roof? It’s weird to have a human in a photo).

Cons: It’s the little thing. Specificity is the soul of narrative, they say. In this case, it’s the dumpster and trash cans by both doors. I noticed them then and took the picture anyway. Also, the white and blue sign above the “es” in “Lanes” subtly takes me out of the story.

But seeing as how I pulled in here to check the map, I’m counting myself pretty lucky. I think that I shot three bowling alleys last year. This is my second favorite.

‘Roll in Fury’

Camera: Mamiya m645J (1979)
Film: Kodak Ektachrome 64 (x-07/1989); 16ISO
Process: E-6

Carbonville, Utah


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