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Tempting You To Deny It was uploaded to Flickr

Freshly painted underpass, Fulton Market, West Loop, Chicago

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I took Tempting You To Deny It on December 25, 2019 at 10:44AM

and processed it in my digital darkroom on April 10, 2020 at 10:27AM

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You just want to be on the side that’s winning was uploaded to Flickr

Under the El tracks

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I took You just want to be on the side that’s winning on April 19, 2014 at 01:33PM

and processed it in my digital darkroom on April 19, 2014 at 06:35PM

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Red White and Blues was uploaded to Flickr

Randolph Street

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I took Red White and Blues on January 11, 2011 at 12:29PM

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Homage to Robert Rauschenberg Redux

Homage to Robert Rauschenberg Redux
Homage to Robert Rauschenberg Redux, originally uploaded by swanksalot.

didn’t really to make these photos emulate Rauschenberg’s white canvas period (encountered a room devoted to them in the new modern wing of the Art Institute of Chicago), but since it happened…

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Homage to Robert Rauschenberg

Homage to Robert Rauschenberg
Homage to Robert Rauschenberg, originally uploaded by swanksalot.

Modern Wing, Art Institute of Chicago

From the Rauschenberg wikipedia page:

“In 1951 Rauschenberg created his “White Paintings,” in the tradition of monochromatic painting, whose purpose was to reduce painting to its most essential nature, and to subsequently lead to the possibility of pure experience.[22] The “White Paintings” were shown at Eleanor Ward’s Stable Gallery in New York during October of 1953. They appear at first to be essentially blank, white canvas. However, one commentator said that “…rather than thinking of them as destructive reductions, it might be more productive to see them, as John Cage did, as hypersensitive screens – what Cage suggestively described as ‘airports of the lights, shadows and particles.’ In front of them, the smallest adjustments in lighting and atmosphere might be registered on their surface. Rauschenberg himself said that they were affected by ambient conditions, “so you could almost tell how many people are in the room.”