The “Hip Shots” series feature images that were grabbed “on the fly” with little regard for framing and focus. This group of photo-murals were pasted in strips on the sides of huge corn syrup storage tanks in Locust Point. You can view them up close from the Under Armor campus.
O.K., I've been asked to explain the blog name. Of course you know that the word "doodle" usually refers to random jottings made while otherwise occupied—on the phone, attending meetings, watching television, or just daydreaming. Doodles are very rough sketches of people, patterns, animals, objects, etc. My plan for this blog is to expand the definition of doodling to include play writing, prose (fiction and non), and anything else (woodworking? ironing shirts?), that invades my brain pan. A little of this, a little of that—the whole blog becoming one big hybrid doodle. As for the "meister" part, that's just pure vanity.
What captivating, thought-provoking images! I keep wondering how you got them. There must be murals (?) on a convex surface (?) somewhere in there.
Convex indeed! They are photo-murals which where pasted in strips on huge corn syrup storage tanks. You can see them up close from the Under Armor campus in Locust Point. After you and Howard and me have lunch, I’ll be your guide . . .
They really are amazing. At first I thought they were just video projections and couldn’t figure out how you captured them so well.