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BOOMER by getcarter
BOOMER
Venice Beach, LA.

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Soggy Bottom Boys by getcarter
Soggy Bottom Boys
This shot had been taken in Phil's Fish Market & Eatery, Moss Landing. A unique place well hidden in the harbor area, where you get fresh seafood in a hillbilly environment.  
Everybody was very kind and we had a lot of fun with the band. The singer looks like Tommy Lee Jones, btw. That night they were also playing "
Man of Constant Sorrow" by the Soggy Bottom Boys (O Brother, Where Art Thou?)

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METROPOLIS by getcarter
METROPOLIS
Los Angeles, shooting against the sun.

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Valley of Fire by getcarter
Valley of Fire
Valley of Fire, NV.

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Mother of 4 by getcarter
Mother of 4
Venice Beach, LA.

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Chris S.
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Eyecandy from the Unknown

Sun Oct 12, 2014, 5:41 AM
After an extended break I finally came to the conclusion, that continuing my series of presenting brilliant and unknown artist (at least here on DA) to you might still be a good idea.
Take a closer look at Fräulein K.

She describes herself as the following:

Hey guys,

I am a hobbyist photographer from Germany, living in Stuttgart. 
Photography is an important part of my life since - puh - many years. Mostly I take photos in abandoned buildings. I love the atmosphere in there, the smell of history, the feeling of beeing alone with the walls ... it is like an addiction to me.
But urban exploring costs a lot of time and money. When I'm not exploring lost places I'm exploring cities. 
I really love doing streetphotography. The technical requirements are way higher then doing architecture ... (plus I need a lot of courage to take pictures of strangers;) (Wink) - but I try whenever I get time to).

Here´s a little foretaste of what is waiting for you in here gallery:
. by RAGEkay Cube. by RAGEkay Paralyticum. by RAGEkay

... by RAGEkay ... by RAGEkay ... by RAGEkay

No Special Future. by RAGEkay Lost Piano. by RAGEkay ... by RAGEkay

now go and see the rest!

have a nice sunday.

chris.

F O L L O W T H E W H I T E R A B B I T!
  • Listening to: White Rabitts-Percussion Gun
  • Playing: CHESS

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A shining star in the mass of artists that is deviantART, getcarter gives selflessly, providing his expert insight to help up and coming artists better themselves. He does this all while still being able to produce high quality art of his own as a further example for all to follow. If you plan to look up to a deviant then getcarter is the man for the job!
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getcarter Featured By Owner 2 days ago   Photographer
:)
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JenniferMowry Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional Photographer
Thank you for favoring! :heart:
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getcarter Featured By Owner 2 days ago   Photographer
:hug:
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DeevElliott Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2015
Great meeting you and T in LA. Hope to see you both again soon! Dinner on me next time.

:-)
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getcarter Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2015   Photographer
the eagle has landed :), thank you very much for the great time!
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