- 26/03/2017Black and While Film Contest!
For USA only, March 8 to April 28, 2017!"Black & White" Film Photography Contest! from The Darkroom - Ends April 28thedarkroom.com Submit your B&W photo for a chance to win a film camera. Post your black & white film photos on Facebook or Instagram...
- 26/03/2017Do people still shoot black and white film? The answer seems to be yes! Here's a story about Kodak's Tri-X panchromatic film. . . It's too bad my favorite, Plus-X, is no longer available.Kodak Tri-X: The Best Black-and-White Film Ever Made?petapixel.com It came out first in 1940, when Europe was plunged into war but America was enjoying the dying days of calm before the storm. It was Kodak’s new...
- 11/03/2017"A Second In Time" - Here on Beebee, I do not write articles, I don't present how to's and I don't post self improvement tips, I post art, just art
Comments11/03/2017 #2 Yogesh SukalTo the artist, continue such an artistry is my entreaty.
- 10/03/2017The palm branch was a symbol of triumph and victory in pre-Christian times. The Romans rewarded champions of the games and celebrated military successes with palm branches. Early Christians used the palm branch to symbolize the victory of the faithful over enemies of the soul, as in the Palm Sunday festival celebrating the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. In Judaism, the palm represents peace and plenty, and is one of the Four Species of Sukkot; the palm may also symbolize the Tree of Life in Kabbalah - Imagery by Tony Brandstetter
- 05/03/2017King Estate, revisited. On the grounds of this mansion as children we would sled ride in the winter. All of our friends would get together and just ride for hours at a time, we would freeze but man was it fun. In the summer we would walk down to the creek and catch salamanders and watch the trains go by. The long hot days of summer, we hated to see them end.
I wonder what memories the kids today are making looking into their cell phones?
- 27/02/2017The Crawford Grill was a renowned jazz club that operated in two locations in the Hill District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. During its heyday in the 1950s and 60s, the second Crawford Grill venue hosted local and nationally-recognized acts, including jazz legends Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Max Roach, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Bill Evans, and Kenny Burrell. The club, an important social gathering spot for Pittsburgh's African-American communities, drew devoted listeners from the region's ethnically and racially diverse population making it a rare site of interracial socializing during the civil rights period. The Crawford Grill was one of many black-owned neighborhood clubs in the Eastern United States that supported a tour circuit for small jazz ensembles during the genre's "golden age." Despite the riots of 1968, which severely damaged the neighborhood's economic infrastructure, the club continued to operate until 2003
- Producer20/02/2017WATCHING HIM WATCHING MEsit by the cutting on the Beaconsfield line. He's watching me watching the trains go by. And they move so fast --- boy, they really fly. He's still watching me watching you watching the Trains go by. And the way he stares --- feel like...