documentary

  1. gryphon1911

    Documentary Schnormeier Gardens in Gambier, Ohio

    Official Site for those interested in the background https://schnormeiergardens.org/ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
  2. gryphon1911

    Documentary Ohio State University - Newark Campus Historic Statues

    Historic Figure statues at the Ohio State University Campus - Newark 1 - Monet (I think) 2- not 100% sure on this one - could it be St. George or possibly one of King Arthur's knights? 3 - amelia earhart 4 - george washington 5 - benjamin franklin 6 - william shakespeare 7 -...
  3. Matero

    Documentary Schjerfbeck & Fashion

    Because it was a rainy day, we visited another museum after EGS on the very same island of Kuusisaari. This exhibition was researching the fashion and habits to dress through art from 1880 to 1950. Early years of photography provided us a bit, well understandably, black & white picture of how...
  4. Matero

    Documentary Embassy of EGS

    We visited in an art museum where was exhibition of street artist EGS. The identity of this graffiti artist is unknown (for general public 😉) and because of his/her work displayed in so many countries and places during decades it's susceptible that he/she would be sued if discovered. EGS has...
  5. gryphon1911

    Documentary Lithopolis Memorial Day Cruise-In 2024 (image heavy)

    Memorial Day cruise-in event at Lithopolis, Ohio 1 2 3 4 5 6 - emgine of the corvette above 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
  6. D

    Documentary Corner Lots

    Taken on September 25 and 27 of 2019, these are some of the last photos I took with the Olympus C-7070WZ before I switched to the E-M1 Mark II in at the end of the year. With these photos I tried to highlight the "cookie cutter" aspect of the suburbs. Corner Lot 3 Corner Lot 7 Corner...
  7. Bozzie

    Documentary Big Brother

    Here's looking at you
  8. john m flores

    Documentary 2017, Makanda, Illinois

    Makanda, Illinois is where the paths of totality for the 2017 and 2024 Total Eclipses cross. In 2017, I rode through there on my way to Idaho for the big day. A small shop on the small main street was hyped for the day. Nearly seven years and a pandemic later, I hope that they are having a good...
  9. MiguelATF

    Documentary "Downhill Dummy" ski race (Ashland, Oregon) PART 1

    Our local ski mountain, Mt. Ashland, has a featured event near the end of the ski season: the 'Downhill Dummy Race'. Essentially, you create a fanciful dummy on skis - the wilder the better. Then, one by one, the dummies are pushed onto a short downhill course which ends in a slight hill and...
  10. drd1135

    National Geographic TV series “Photographers”

    I watched an episode of this series today on Dan Winters. I found it fascinating, but I could see how opinions might vary. It definitely focuses on the photographer. The only two cameras I could make out were a Rolleiflex and a Fuji GFX rangefinder. 🤓 Apparently, Dan was bipolar and took a lot...
  11. gryphon1911

    Documentary Portsmouth Flood Wall Murals

    The Portsmouth, Ohio Flood Wall Mural Project uses the floodwall that protects the town from river flooding as an outdoor mural space to depict the last 2 centuries of the town's history. https://portsmouthmurals.com/ There are a large number of murals that have ben documented by me here, so I...
  12. Brownie

    Documentary The Ohio State Reformatory, History and Hollywood

    My son and I took a brief trip to the Ohio State Reformatory, a historic prison-turned museum, ghost hunting, and the occasional movie set. There have been several movies filmed here, the most famous being The Shawshank Redemption. It is the largest castle-like structure in the US. Used first as...
  13. Zeus1

    Documentary Ghent Light Festival 2024

    Yesterday evening we went to Ghent, Belgium, to walk the 7.8 km circuit of the Light Festival, with about 30 art exhibits all dependent on light. Several of these were constructed on projected video footings. On opening day about 80.000 people participated. Yesterday it was way and way more...
  14. gryphon1911

    Documentary Otherworld (Image Heavy)

    Otherworld is a 32,000-square-foot immersive art installation in Columbus. Explore over 40 scenes filled with large-scale art, mixed reality playgrounds, and secret passageways. It’s an all-new kind of art and storytelling experience where visitors are encouraged to freely explore and interact...
  15. P

    Documentary Night Clubbing Again

    Not doing anything much by way of street work at present. Advancing Parkinson's, My right knee is shot, my left ankle destroyed/collapsed, severe neuropathy in both legs below knees, frozen shoulder, both forefingers painfully arthritic and Raynaud's Disease turn my fingers black/blue with...
  16. R

    Stroll Show Balconies, Porches, Decks etc...

    Balconies specifically are usually an interesting feature of many buildings, especially in urban areas, but in the name of inclusion, let's add the humble porch or the decks, as in, usually open-air areas that are part of one's domicile. I think it is worth a thread of it's own as many of these...
  17. Roboticspro

    Documentary STEM Day at School

    Good Evening, One of my Pre-engineering classes hosted 20 grade 4 (elementary) students for a couple of hours today, teaching them basic electronic circuits (simulated then built) and robot programming. It was fun for all and I hope to do it again in the spring of 24' with a few more schools...
  18. Matero

    Documentary Iconic Finnish Designer Kaija Aarikka

    We tend to visit regularly one picturesque museum in Helsinki, Taidehalli or Kunsthalle, with changing exhibitions. It's special for us, because architect designed that building has designed our Villa we are living in. This time there was retrospective of Finnish iconic designer: Kaija Aarikka...
  19. drd1135

    Documentary Where there's smoke, there's fire.

    This smoke just rolled in over the last hour. Apparently, we are surrounded by three separate fires. If you look closely, you can just see the trees across the street in the second image.
  20. P

    Documentary Marching for Palestine

    March for Palestine" London 11th November 2023. Packing my Sony A7iv paired with Sony 35mm f/1.8. My usual caveat....I just photograph what I see, I don't take sides or show favours
  21. gryphon1911

    Documentary Holiday 2023 - Show Your December Holiday Images - Any Kind - No Restrictions

    So what do I mean? Show nativity, Christmas, Kwanza, Hannukah, or any other holiday stuff you want, religious, secular - no restrictions! Just share some great images! We had such a good response to the Halloween 2023. You may be asking yourself, why so early? Well, I'm already have seen...
  22. J

    Documentary Dia De Los Muertos Festival, Sugar Land, Texas 2023

    The festival was technically early but it was a fun time. I had both the Leica M10-R w/ 50 Summicron and the CL with the 11-23 Vario with me.
  23. gryphon1911

    Documentary Urban Scrawl 2023 (image heavy)

    Annual artist event in Franklinton - Columbus, Ohio. I had posted on this from way back in 2015 once before, decided to bring this back. These were all 'works in progress'. Please enjoy. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
  24. gryphon1911

    Documentary Halloween 2023 - SHARE!

    Its that time again to start documenting those awesome halloween displays! Share them here. 1 2 3
  25. wee-pics

    Documentary Not so well-known but one of the great artists of the 20th century: André Evard

    André Evard, a Suiss artist with an impressive variety of styles and techniques, is unjustly so little known. This exhibition in a small, private museum shows that he was one of the great painters of the 20th century. The famous architect Le Corbusier was among his friends during his studies...
  26. gryphon1911

    Documentary Mystics Fair with the Z8

    My daughter wanted to a Mystics and Oddities Fair today and who am i to turn down a chance to get some shutter time in! Nikon Z8 and the Z 28-75/2.8 and 70-180/2.8 AF-C with 3D auto focus human eye detect was used. ISO was fluxuating between 640 and 14400, depending on where they were and what...
  27. MiguelATF

    Documentary Museo Tamayo / Tamayo Museum (Mexico City)

    Rufino del Carmen Arellanes Tamayo - better known as Rufino Tamayo - is and was one of Mexico's most admired and prolific 20th Century artists. His work spans a variety of media and styles, including paintings, sculpture, prints and... the list goes on and on. The Tamayo Museum (el Museo Tamayo)...
  28. christilou

    Documentary Ferrari

    A few from Sunday's Polo match including some vintage Ferraris
  29. Panolyman

    Documentary Fishguard Agricultural Show.

    I've been attending this show for the last few years and had lots of fun wandering around taking photos. I thought you might like to join me on a retro-tour. I'll split the photos into categories and will start with Cattle, Pigs and Sheep. This young lady hadn't travelled far and was an...
  30. P

    Documentary International Arms Fair - Protest

    The International arms Fair (DSEI) will be exhibiting at the Excel Centre, London Docklands 12th-15th September this year. It is fun and can produce drama as very committed anti-arms protestors try (and often do) outwit police to attach themselves to wagons with glue, or lay in the road to...
  31. MiguelATF

    Documentary small-town 4th of July (in Ashland, Oregon)

    The neighboring small (Oregon) town of Ashland boasts an annual 4th of July parade, in honor of "Independence Day", celebrated across the United States. (For those who don't know, the 'Declaration of Independence' was signed by the Americans revolting against the English monarchy on July 4th...
  32. hippi

    Stroll my rides Katy Trail

    from north to south on the trail these are all cell phone pics, Clover Dell Lake (s), Beaman MO. (n)
  33. hippi

    Documentary Dogwood Canyon

    we went down to Branson Mo. for my wife's and her friends bday, and I took my bike got 10.5 miles that is like 1 1/2 times through the sixth pic is of Golden Rainbow Trout Dogwood Canyon Nature Park — A 10,000-Acre Ozark Paradise
  34. C

    Wild Water

    I am in the process of doing a documentary of Oregon's Wild Waters (Rivers and Streams and the Columbia at the mouth). Some B&W, some color. But let's see the world's Wild Water in this thread....
  35. hippi

    Stroll around Sedalia

    but here is a few pics in my 212 miles so this year on my bicycle
  36. gryphon1911

    Documentary America's Packard Museum (Image Heavy)

    Dayton Ohio has an automobile museum - containing a large collection of Packard's as well as cars related to the company. First, the outside of the museum - it once was a Packard dealership. 1 2 The museum is structured in what they called a pre-war and post war sectioning (WWII). This is...
  37. CatsAreGods

    Documentary Dr. Solar's Medicine Show: a Tiny Home on Wheels aka Hippie Gypsy Caravan

    I found this interesting fellow and his traveling...thing at a Tiny Home exhibition in Placerville, California.
  38. hippi

    Documentary old control boxes

    this box is no longer there, it was plane then someone tagged it! this was along The Katy Trail
  39. hippi

    Documentary city and state parks

    here are two from Sedalia Mo. Katy Park(this is 3 miles from my house) is n my regular route along with Katy Depot and Katy Trail State Park this one is 1 mile from my house we have two other parks here in Sedalia
  40. mnhoj

    Stroll Washed Ashore - Art to Save the Sea

    I went to the Washed Ashore exhibit at the South Coast Botanical Garden this morning. Pretty amazing. A little excerpt from the site: Washed Ashore – Art to Save the Sea Opens at the Garden On April 1 Trash is making a splash in the Garden this spring. Come see beautiful sculptures made of...
  41. T

    Documentary University days

    Mohammed Ali (Cassius Clay) and Xaviera Hollander (the Happy Hooker) On a speaking tour at my University of Calgary. Pictures for the student paper.
  42. H

    Documentary Show: Same Scene Decades Apart

    I thought this would make a interesting show case thread, though it'll probably be a hard one to keep active. Inspired from a little project I did revisiting some spots where I had photos taken as a kid, with my own child. Post Office Square in Brisbane Lions in front of Brisbane City Hall
  43. Matero

    Documentary Reitz home museum

    Reitz home museum This story is about culture, and although its photographical merits are very few, if any, I hope you find it entertaining. Today we spent few hours in a museum which is extraordinary in Finland. As a young sovereign country, our country developed quickly in the 1920s and...
  44. Alf

    Documentary With the ladies, making faces

    Little Fiona having a birthday party, and we are invited. Of course. The Gift After a little while spent eating and drinking we spend the rest of the night debating. More or less. And that’s what fifteen years always in front of a camera does to you - it becomes just...
  45. Brownie

    Documentary Granddaughter Riding/Archery class

    My granddaughter takes lessons at a nearby horse ranch. They like to think outside of the box occasionally, so these past few weeks they've been teaching horseback archery. The end goal is to shoot at and hit three targets while at a canter. I guess if the Mongols every invade they'll be ready...
  46. gryphon1911

    Documentary Columbus Zoo Pics 2023

    Since Ohio has decided to grace us with third winter, decided to walk about the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium today. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
  47. Matero

    Documentary Interior architect and designer Olof Ottelin

    In Finland we have this privilege to have tradition of artists and designers. It must be related to the fact that our nation is fairly young, or at least our sovereignty is. One can always learn a new name and wonder their career and thinking. And they are highly respected, especially nowadays...
  48. P

    Documentary Mik Critchlow Photographer North East of England

    Mik Critchlow has passed away aged 68 (frightening.....same age as me!). He documented the hard lives of the working class folk; especially miners, in the north east of the country. He has left a legacy of wonderful material for future historians to look back on and comment "Did people really...
  49. R

    Documentary Ormond Road sights post Gabrielle

    Since Gabrielle lots of places where we walk our dogs are closed, or inaccessible, and likely to be for months. I drove down Ormond Road, thinking I'd be able to access the limestone pathway there. I had forgotten this area was badly affected during the cyclone, and the road was closed, and...
  50. gordo

    Documentary Declutter Project

    This is a continuation of a project I started with the Single in February challenge. I'm not going repost all the verbiage and photos, but will update off and on as I continue to make progress. You can read the setup here: Single In - Single in February (SiF) 2023: Here we go again ... The...
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