dead@sam boyd silver dome las vegas NV in 1993- matt sweeney
the GIANT (15Mb 6000×8000) jpg of this @ the grateful dead archive is a trip to ‘wander’ through for a bit and see what all those people are up to. handheld velvia 6×6 original scanned. GDAO.org rocks.
East Side, San Jose, CA 1995 – Pala Shopping Center @ night before it was torn down-Velvia, 6×6, 80mm time exposures on tripod-MattSweeney – Mudstonephoto.com
The real danger to the medium is the photographer still photographing parking lots in California and being heralded a genius.
Pulling into the lot, Grateful Dead show, Park City, UT, 9/4/83 via Matt Sweeney
I posted this to the UCSC grateful dead archive web site. It was found there by somebody and reposted 7600+ times. about 100x more than any of my other pics in my stream that I actually posted to tumblr myself. i’ll post more from this series. Pretty cool rolls, they went 20years from exposure>developing. then disappeared in the bowels of the lab for almost 2yrs before arriving one day on my porch in a box. agfachrome film.
Ed Ruscha’s Hollywood Boulevard, 1973 and 2002 (Modern Architecture in Los Angeles)
National Building Museumforgot the blog i found this on. sorry. shoot me a note and i’ll cite.
morning waiting for bus across from mann’s chinese theater hollywood boulevard 1980-1 matt sweeney mudstonephoto.com
the woman in the red hat on the bus stop was in diane keaton’s heaven, i have not figured out her name, but here’s a pic from imdb
one of the oldest north american human occupancy sites @ humboldt sink nevada clouds over the desert from road construction utility yard summer 2014 – matt sweeney www.mudstonephoto.com – portra400
from wikipedia Humboldt Cave is an archeological site in Churchill County, Nevada, USA that is one of the earliest documented human habitations in North America. It was inhabited by people of the eponymous Humboldt Culture and the Lovelock Culture, and its documented habitation extends to 9000 BC