Linda Grashoff's Photography Adventures

Posts tagged “iron oxide

August 2017 Leptothrix discophora and Friends 4

October 8, 2017





August 2017 Leptothrix discophora and Friends 3

October 7, 2017

August 2017 Leptothrix discophora and Friends 2

October 6, 2017

Dumpster’s Cousin—A Decorative Fire Escape

October 17, 2016


New in Town

October 16, 2016

This dumpster wasn’t around the last time I photographed dumpsters in Oberlin. How nice to meet it.


Ubiquity of Orange 4

September 12, 2016


Ubiquity of Orange 3

September 11, 2016


Ubiquity of Orange 2

September 10, 2016

Here is the sibling of yesterday’s photograph. I wasn’t sure the mark that looks like three fingers on a hand wasn’t obscene, so I Googled, and found three-figure salute. Maybe it’s not a three-finger salute at all. Maybe it’s a puppet with its arms up and head in the middle. Or maybe it’s just a random mark.


Ubiquity of Orange 1

September 9, 2016

I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised by the prevalence of orange-colored objects in the back streets of Oberlin. Many things acquire rust in this climate. And the orange color of these bricks is related: it’s all iron oxide.


In Mr. Schoepfle’s Garden, April 2016—4

May 11, 2016

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a patch of shale riverbank look as colorful as this one did April 17.

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