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Twenty eighth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
This is another in a series of photographs that John B. Capewell took while he was in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey some time in the early 1930s.
I was looking through the negatives shot by John B. Capewell of Westville, New Jersey trying to figure out what to post next. The two plates I went with this week look like they went along with the shots in … Continue reading
Twenty fifth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
I have a feeling that this shot was probably taken at the same time and place as last week’s Sawdust Pile. It’s in a similarly wooded area that looks to be in the process of being cleared. Paths look to … Continue reading
Hello, one and all! It’s Mrs. Crankipants bidding you a joyous greeting from a time before the internet, a time of three television networks, a time of diminishing expectations and a time that a million hack comedians were all attempting … Continue reading
Here’s something for Valentines Day — Ella and John Capewell in a sweet pose that turned an interesting indigo blue.
Here’s a snowy self portrait of John B. Capewell along with an unidentified companion seated in a sleigh. Capewell is seated on the right. It looks like the photographer set up his camera, hopped back in the sleigh and is … Continue reading
Twenty fourth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
Last week I assumed I had a picture of men plowing snow. As it turned out, my assumption was false, and it turned out to be a team of ice cutters. With this week’s photo, I was reasonably sure that … Continue reading
Twenty third in a series creating a collage using five elements.
Here’s a photograph John B. Capewell made of a cold and snowy Winter’s day about 100 or years ago or so. Back then a plough served two purposes. It mainly ploughed farm fields which were plentiful in New Jersey at … Continue reading