“That’s quite the picture-making machine!”

The above tag line is a quote from a homeless lady yesterday, as I walked around downtown Worcester with my Model 450 Land Camera. After looking at these shots, I do have to agree. Photowalks can turn up subjects that one may easily overlook by whizzing by in the car, while potentially overlooking potentially great content. This is instant photography, but once again, it forces the photographer to slow down, and take it all in.

These are from a very creative wall mural on a tunnel near Union Station. The more I use Fuji FP100C, the more I fall in love with the colors, the sharpness. It does seem to like a good amount of light for the color to “pop”. It was a typical late winter New England day, where you never get anything resembling good, warm daylight. That blue-gray harsh light that frustrates photographers up here to no end. But you simply have to make due, and pick your battles. I think I won these-

Was painted to scale, so as to make the painter's feet look like they are actually at ground level.

Was painted to scale, so as to make the painter’s feet look like they are actually at ground level.

Wall Mural (2) Union Station Tunnel Downtown Worcester 3 16 13 Polaroid 450 Fuji FP100C

On the other side of the tunnel was this beautiful image. The colors show off FP100C’s color pallet beauty.

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