by Peter J. Crowley on January 17, 2014


Where do the doors go today or in the past. This is in Uxbridge Ma. an old warehouse. Back in the ’70s I started two life long portfolios, “Wood Wood White Wood” abstract images of peeling paint and rusty nails. The other was “Doors, Entryways.” You may have seen this before as I am in full retrospect. Film the hard edge of B+W Fine Art Photography. This image for my part was of the trees reflected in the window.
Autumn I spent some time trying to fall in love with digital, skies, trees, entryways all visited but at a different speed, little lingering just the destination no journey. I also have 5-6 rolls of unprocessed film. But health and budget have kept me from the lab. Perhaps another door? Will it be open or closed? Time will tell. peace pjc

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Old Curved Stairway

by Peter J. Crowley on December 17, 2013


Heading to the third floor

Old Factory curved stairway leads to an abstract of triangles and a toy store. Digital Image set on manual with slight contrast control. peace pjc

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An Old Dairy Farm in Hebron Ct.

by Peter J. Crowley on November 28, 2013

Restoration in Progress.

Old Farm Slowly being restored-11-05-34

On a bright sunny day I stopped at this farm I had been watching. the sky was clear blue [pure white in B+W] adding a red filter to the camera pulled out the blue sky and added the contrast to an good neg to print. B+W Film the skies are the thing. No one wants white skies, the darker the sky the more you imply a third dimension. peace pjc

Photographic Art here an orange filer changes the sky less yet allows great detail in the foreground trees.

Not here yet but lurking behind those clouds.

by Peter J. Crowley on November 25, 2013

Snow Hangs on Trees Chaplin-1-1-09-36_edited-1

Reached down to 19 f last night. A dusting of snow Sunday evening. But we all know soon it will look like this soon, too soon. I’ll admit to liking snow but this is about as deep as I want to deal with unless it’s a really big blizzard. Or a mega storm that the weather person on TV shovels out new adjectives to describe the latest impending disaster. Schools are closed the day before and we all wake up to the sunny mild day oh the storm we’ve been watching on micro doppler radar for 3 or 4 days just turned. enjoy pjc

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Attic Entry Silver Gelatin

by Peter J. Crowley on November 20, 2013

Attic Entry Willi

Scanned from 35mm neg not sure I’m getting the results I want. I have done this image from a print before. The best is seeing the image on gallery quality paper. So Come to the Members Show at PhotoSynthesis Gallery 131 1/2.

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From a print.

PhotoSynthesis Members show opening November 23rd 5:30-8:00 There are 6 of my images in this show 5 that are very reasonable. Giving Art is giving Love.