Ship Hulls

by Frank Hallam Day


Photographs: Frank Hallam Days

Publisher: selfpublished

Year: 2015

Price: 25     15.00

Comments: Softcover

Close-up of old ship hulls photographed in the harbors of Lagos, Nigeria and Douala, Cameroon
 
Washington, DC-based photographer Frank Hallam Day has an uncanny ability to meld old world cultures with the encroaching modern world. He has covered a myriad of subjects over the years, going all the way back to his days of using an old 12×20 banquet camera to shoot the pilings underneath criss-crossing highways near the Baltimore harbor. Having once worked for the State Department, Day has traveled extensively as part of his job. His project Hulls captures color and texture in abstract photos of ships harbored in Nigeria and Cameroon


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Ship Hulls

by Frank Hallam Day


Photographs: Frank Hallam Days

Publisher: selfpublished

Year: 2015

Price: 25     15.00

Comments: Softcover

Close-up of old ship hulls photographed in the harbors of Lagos, Nigeria and Douala, Cameroon
 
Washington, DC-based photographer Frank Hallam Day has an uncanny ability to meld old world cultures with the encroaching modern world. He has covered a myriad of subjects over the years, going all the way back to his days of using an old 12×20 banquet camera to shoot the pilings underneath criss-crossing highways near the Baltimore harbor. Having once worked for the State Department, Day has traveled extensively as part of his job. His project Hulls captures color and texture in abstract photos of ships harbored in Nigeria and Cameroon


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Ship Hulls

by Frank Hallam Day


Photographs: Frank Hallam Days

Publisher: selfpublished

Year: 2015

Price: 25     15.00

Comments: Softcover

Close-up of old ship hulls photographed in the harbors of Lagos, Nigeria and Douala, Cameroon
 
Washington, DC-based photographer Frank Hallam Day has an uncanny ability to meld old world cultures with the encroaching modern world. He has covered a myriad of subjects over the years, going all the way back to his days of using an old 12×20 banquet camera to shoot the pilings underneath criss-crossing highways near the Baltimore harbor. Having once worked for the State Department, Day has traveled extensively as part of his job. His project Hulls captures color and texture in abstract photos of ships harbored in Nigeria and Cameroon


More books by Frank Hallam Day

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com