12 thoughts on “Walk in a Rust Belt Neighborhood

    • Thank you, Ron. I very much appreciate your words, especially regarding composition. I never studied formally and have trouble trusting my gut in these matters. I am currently working on a series of posts that touch on this. I think that at times, my style of composition touches on DEcomposition. Or perhaps noncomposition would be more accurate.
      More on that later.
      Always good to hear from you my friend.

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  1. These are great. I especially like #9–so many layers of interest there. I have a blog on reading and writing the rust belt and have featured a photographer before. (I’ll link to that post.) I would love to feature an image or two from this post of yours. Any interest? Let me know. Thanks–and again, you do beautiful work! https://rustbeltgirlblog.wordpress.com/2017/08/07/the-rust-belt-photos-by-howard-hsu/

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    • Thank you very kindly, Rebecca, especially for the invite. I would be honored to have my images featured.

      To be exact, I live in what is either the fringe or a western island of the Rustbelt, depending on which map you’re looking at, and I guess currently the most turbulent city of the belt, Saint Louis. Maybe it’s the ugly buckle of the belt?

      Please feel free to contact me via email, if you like, and let me know how you wish to proceed.

      crabcakes64@gmail.com

      Cheers!

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