KEVIN ANDREW LIPSCOMB - Photography - Digital Image Volumes - 2001-004


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Normal lens, Kodak Tri-X, Ricoh KR-10 (from the very first roll I ever shot with an SLR)

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The cord held a sign that Mom painted with the words "Well Water" and a drawing of a smiling water drop. At the time, the city of Virginia Beach was under water use restrictions. People who used wells to water their lawns were required to post such signs.  -- Kevin

This image shows signs of fingerprint damage. I'm not sure who to blame for that.  -- Kevin

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