Saturday, February 26, 2005

Industrial Eugene


© Punkin Dunkin Productions


© Punkin Dunkin Productions

There are so many interesting industrial sites around Eugene. I'm considering documenting them with my camera. I especially like the steel scrap yard on Highway 99.

This is a building downtown between the Jefferson Bridge and Skinner's Butte.

4 Comments:

Blogger Alder said...

Howdy, and welcome back! I love the color and feeling you bring to these industrial scenes that most folks would assume are drab and ugly. The top one (gold tone with two silo thingies) strongly reminds me of a 1970's rock-and-roll album cover, but I can't recall which one. Not Rush, not Kansas. Oh, this is going to drive me crazy until I figure it out... ;)

4:01 PM  
Blogger punkindunkin said...

Well, I was born in the late 70's and I don't really see album covers when I get my music nowadays..so I'm not going to be of any help.

Reminds me of the conversation I had with my boyfriend the other day about technology and that someday our children's children will have no idea what a record is. As it is, I only really remember records from the backs of cereal boxes!

11:27 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

I'm a little late with this, but I believe Alder is thinking of Pink Floyd's cover of "Animals."

http://tralfaz-archives.com/coverart/P/pfloyd_animals.html

9:11 AM  
Blogger punkindunkin said...

here is that cover:

http://bps.fika.org/animals-cover-m.jpg


I'd LOVE to take pictures like that!

9:37 AM  

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