Tag Archives: Night

Days gone bye

When I worked for the papers, I asked for and got the second shift (1530 to 2230 hours). In the summer most of the work was in daylight, since we usually finished the last assignment around 20 hours and were … Continue reading

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When the shift is over

Wen I worked for the papers, I chose to work the night shift, we started at 15:30 and was to end at 24:00 but it rarely did. We came in around 21:30 to process film, write cutlines and do the … Continue reading

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A Road man’s Oasis

These beacons in the night shine for miles alerting truckers and motorists alike of the carvanservai where food fuel and a respite from travel may be obtained. Scattered along the Interstates, these oases can supply everything from truck driver bunkhouses … Continue reading

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Partly cloudy in Ferrisburgh

Nothing to see here folks, move along. If one is from the northern parts of the state, it is rare to not have snow. I lived in Plainfield, Vermont for a while, it snowed over there just about every day. … Continue reading

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A hot time in the town tonight

Smoke and noise woke me about 2230 hours. I could see the flashing lights so I grabbed the camera and went outside. The restaurant up the road since shuttered was ablaze. No other news photographer in sight. I had this … Continue reading

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The Early risers

Farmers don’t keep bankers hours. Come to think of it neither do photographers, otherwise these photos never would get made. I constantly get up at zero dark thirty, regardless of the weather and roam the byways for photos such as … Continue reading

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ER Night Shift Nurse

Hospitals run 34/7/365- From a photo essay on Mount Vernon at night Mt. Vernon Hospital ER, Mt. Vernon, NY 6/13/1972

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Window shopping

Early evening in a small town streetAddison Outfitters, Main St. Vergennes, VT 7/8/205 I add that Vergennes (population 2,741) is the smallest and oldest chartered city in Vermont. (Area 2.4 sq. mi.)

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At the August moon watching party

A koto player sets the mood during the Japanese August moon watch.Hammond Museum, North Salem, NY 8/21/1972

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American breakfast

Early morning Bo-time is breakfast road foodBojangles Rte.176 Inman, South Carolina 12/11/2011

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