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

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Accidental double exposure of roll; Distant landscape and Nearby bush; Normal lens, Kodak Tri-X, Ricoh KR-10 or Argus C1

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  • This and other photographs copyright 1980 Kevin Andrew Lipscomb
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I just realized that one of the two images on this frame is a view of part of the backyard of the Colby Way house. I must've been standing just outside of the door next to the air conditioner compressor, looking toward the house behind ours. The ivy clearly visible along the right edge of the frame is the ivy that grows on one of two trees in a planting area near our house. The grass in the lower left and center area is the clear part of our backyard. The bricks in the upper left corner are on our rear neighbors' house.  -- Kevin

The view of the backyard that I described above is very similar to the view used in this photograph.  -- Kevin

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