April, 2017, Jim Blythe

April’s exhibition stars a great photographer named Jim Blythe. Full disclosure—he’s my darling husband. He took these photographs October 25, 2014, a beautiful fall day, shortly before Halloween—hence the adorable little girls in costumes. Jim would like me to point out, for some reason, that it was Trotsky’s birthday. To see more of Jim’s work please go to: http://goo.gl/a5ArA

 

 

On the New York Aquarium

 

This fish, we were told, likes to stay this way all day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wonder Wheel

 

 

Thunderbolt roller coaster

 

 

 

Spook-a-Rama

 

 

 

B&B Carousell

 

 

Parachute Jump

 

Nathan’s Famous

 

Apparently homeless man who was eating the scraps at Nathan’s.

 

 

 

 

 

The photographer. iPhone photo by Sheila in a Japanese restaurant. Jim photoshopped out the undon soup that was in front of him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted in: Changing Gallery

19 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Great photos!

  2. Nice grouping of photos. Captures the ambience. Even the last one seems to fit in the overall scheme…

  3. Marilyn says:

    Great photos! Thanks for sharing.

  4. I love, love these photos. ( and, Trotsky holds a special place in my heart, which biased me a little.) Seriously, putting Trotsky aside, I loved these photos !

  5. Steve Feldheim says:

    Your talking about the Trosky that played first base for Cleveland, right? Nice photos!

  6. Sheila Horn says:

    Just great!!

  7. Lucille Colin says:

    These are beautiful ..
    1.loved the parachute jump
    2.the last 4 were amazing
    3.the skeletin, the roller coaster, the girls…
    love looking back at them

  8. Peggy says:

    My favorite were the sinuous lines of the roller coasters. Since most of Jim’s work I’ve seen has been abstractions, this is an interesting departure from what I think of as his usual work. To the monsters I say “Ugh!”

  9. Ross says:

    Wow! Just wow.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for these photos. Ever since I saw Jim’s photos taken in Mexico were we met, I admire his special photographer’s eye. Whether abstract or picturing reality, Jim gets to the essential, makes you see closer, discover, unveil…
    Love from Margrit (Bremen, Germany)

  11. Marilyn Jones says:

    Wow – some amazing, crazy pictures. I love the close up of the rides. And the roller coaster – NO WAY would I have ever gone on that! In the images of the skeletons and fun-house doors, I can really see Sheila’s art style. It helps me to understand more fully where her images were born. Thanks so much. Love the pics. Jim is so handsome, too.

  12. John Sosh says:

    Great Photos – Jim is really a good picture taker 👌

  13. Abby Johnson says:

    Lots of great captures here, Jim. Wonder Wheel is a favorite. Very nice portrait of you, too (self-portrait, I assume).

  14. Anonymous says:

    Great photos all, Jim, especially the radioactive scraps.
    Photo taken before or after the transformation?

  15. Anonymous says:

    Impressive art and gallery exhibition concept. I think that homeless guy looks like an actor I recognize. Maybe he was preparing for a role.

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