About the Book
Caps, covers, and man holes both hide and give access to the infrastructure that keeps the city running. These are beaming portraits of the iron, plastic and brass underfoot in the city of Alexandria, Virginia.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date May 06, 2008
- Language English
- Tags Mill Stone, Fine Art, Fire Hydrant, Black and White, Cable TV, Man hole, Dark, Light, Blur, Focus, Sharpness, Saturation, Contrast, Shapes, Lines, TES, Foundry, Capitol, VDOT, Meter, Station, Test, CP, Fink, Flush, Collins, Jamieson, Taylor, Bingham, Well, Art, City, Street, Virginia, B&W, Square, Round, Alexandria, Caps, Sewer, Power, DPW, QWP, Traffic, Electric, Water, Gas, Infrastructure, Sidewalk, Brick, Run, Hoff's, Creek, Hunting, River, Potomac, Egan, Ned
Ned Egan is a long time residence of Alexandria, Virginia. After a hiatus of 25 years his interests returned to photography. Entering the digital processing domain, he began focusing on black & white images. He harvests images much to the chagrin of his children who enjoy a great deal of humor at his efforts to capture the perfect print. Constantly on the lookout for those overlooked gems that grace the eyes. He is currently studying fine art at the Corcoran School of Art + Design.