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L.E. Miller

L.E. Miller

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Baltimore City native, Temple University grad.

Exmore, VA Poverty.

Published April 17th, 2013

I was driving through Exmore, Virginia. There were a lot of abandoned buildings around, this is something I am used to seeing in DELMARVA. With the rise of corporate farms and more efficient farming techniques, there just doesn't need to be as many people out there as there used to.

This, however was new to me. Note the outhouses. These people don't have toilets in their homes, one of the homes didn't even have a proper outhouse. They just had a portable toilet unit. Can you imagine using a Spot-A-Pot every day of your life? In the winter? A couple of the homes didn't even have paint on the cinder-blocks, and their front yard is a swamp. A run off ditch from the surrounding farm land. I looked it up, the per capita income of Exmore is 15,000. For comparison, my by no means affluent home town of Baltimore City has a per capita of 22,000.

These are just some quick photos with my pocket camera, I took more photos with my film SLR and would like to revisit and give a proper treatment. ...

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Abandonment

Published January 31st, 2013

An assortment of abandoned things

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Fake Tilt Shift Fells Point.

Published December 30th, 2012

Got carried away with the fake tilt shift feature...

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Shadows of Harajuku: Bonus Shots

Published November 28th, 2012

Here are some after closing shots of other areas of Harajuku other than Takeshita...and two shots of Takeshita that didn't fit in the last one.

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Shadows of Harajuku: Takeshita

Published November 28th, 2012

Harajuku is known for its bustling streets and bright fashions....but what is rarely seen is the district when the sun goes down.

The man in the coat is my friend wearing a brand named "Yellow House Harajuku" which is one of the oldest stores on Takeshita

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