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Barbara photographed with a Nikon D1X and a 28-70mm Zoom-Nikkor. "It
was a lot of fun doing it with the digital camera. I'd just gotten it
and thought it would allow me to be a little bit more creative because I could
come back with the raw files and play around with `em."
Also from the start she had the idea of putting together a little show of the images. "There are so many coffee shops here in Seattle, and most of them have rotating shows of art work. I asked around at a couple of the places and one of them wanted to exhibit prints of the photographs." Barbara made the prints on her Epson 2000P, framed the images and presented the show as six signs with Motel 99 spelled out at the top of the display.
So where does the road less traveled lead next? "Once you start noticing
signs, you've set something in motion," Barbara says. "You
can't stop looking at signs, and then you start seeing other things you
didn't see before on different roads. Route 99 runs from Canada to California,
and what I'd love is to travel the highway from top to bottom and shoot
all the signs along the way for a book project."
Note: Barbara's website, www.barbarakinney.com, features a selection of her photographs, including work from her years in the White House.
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