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A glimpse of days gone by dedicated to Edward Hopper
Original shot in Cold Spring, New York with a Canon 5D MKII Views on 09/13/2012 = 219

11/28/2011 FEATURED in the redbubble group ART UNIVERSE Permanent Feature Page

12/10/2011 FEATURED in the redbubble group ALL ABOUT NEW YORK STATE

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flying a gasoline, gas, pump, vintage, period, station, featured work

Photography has been an obsession since I was 13 years old and went off to Italy clutching my mother’s 1940s roll film camera. I’ve been fooling with computers since I bought an Amiga 1000 back in 1985. My first chunky pixelized images were digitized into that machine using a black and white CCTV camera. At last, with today’s software and hardware I feel that I can create the images I see in my mind’s eye. Visit my website at www.PixielatedPixels.com

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  • Barbara Ingersoll
    Barbara Ingersollalmost 3 years ago

    Gorgeous capture, Chris! Love it.

  • Thanks very much Barbara.

    – Chris Lord

  • JRGarland
    JRGarlandalmost 3 years ago

    Early childhood memories!!

  • Oh good, I like to stir those up! :-) Cheers.

    – Chris Lord

  • Rodney Williams
    Rodney Williamsalmost 3 years ago

    Great work Chris. I appreciate your dedication to my favorite artist.

  • Since I saw an exhibition of his work at the Tate Modern in London he has been my favorite too. Just love that style. Wish I could paint so I can emulate him! Of course being me I wouldn’t be able to stick to one style for more than five minutes! :-) Thanks for a great comment Rodney, Cheers.

    – Chris Lord

  • Aase
    Aasealmost 3 years ago

    Wonderful capture, and presentation!

  • That’s much appreciated, thank you kindly.

    – Chris Lord

  • Ted Byrne
    Ted Byrnealmost 3 years ago

    Hopperian? Heh heh… Yep… get the sense of the leavings of thoughtful people. Sort of reflections of what they intended once-upon-a-time. These are our ruins Chris. Like the ones that sixth century peasants roamed among. Things that still have enough of their parts and shapes to let us guess at intent by deciphering the form-follows-function code. But not enough of their parts, or symbiotic partners remain to let us recreate a time when they sparkled new in the light. Your imagination ROCKS!

  • You are too too kind Ted, but I’m very grateful for it! Coming from a master of the genre such as your good self these words mean a great deal. Thanks very much indeed.

    – Chris Lord

  • © Kira Bodensted
    © Kira Bodenstedalmost 3 years ago

    11-28-11

    CONGRATULATIONS! Your beautiful work can be viewed in the
    PERMANENT FEATURE GALLERY: No Particular Place To Go

  • Cool! Thanks very much Kira.

    – Chris Lord

  • deborah zaragoza
    deborah zaragozaalmost 3 years ago

    Congratulations on your wonderful feature in Art Universe! Outstanding Image.

  • You’re very kind Deborah, thanks very much indeed.

    – Chris Lord

  • Evelina Kremsdorf
    Evelina Kremsdorfover 2 years ago

  • OOOOh, very nice! Thanks a ton Lina, this is a much appreciated honor indeed. Cheers.

    – Chris Lord

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