Sunday, August 29, 2010

iheartfaces - Photojournalism

Earlier this week we (my kids and I) went "on the job" with my husband. He is currently working for my parents, so it was kind of a "blast from the past" since we used to go stay in the hotel with the crew when I was a kid. I took my camera and had fun looking for more "detail" type shots.

This weeks challenge at iheartfaces is photojournalism. Usually they only allow one photo for a challenge, but this week they are allowing a collage with up to 5 photos.



*Edited to add* My parents company resurfaces streets. Rock, oil, sulfate, and water are mixed in a machine on the back of a truck. Then it is spread in a thin layer on the surface of a street to help the street last longer. It is called slurry. To me, these pictures represent the whole process.

For more great photojournalism shots, visit iheartfaces.




Blessings,
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4 comments:

EB said...

Very nice shots! I love your theme. We often forget to document these everyday things in our lives, such as our jobs.

Erika B

Clammy said...

You did a great job getting the details!

JAN said...

Great collage! Nothing like a hard days work, right?

Christina said...

Love it! It's like the signs at the left side of your collage are saying,"Stop! Pay attention to the details. They are important."
:)

 
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