Bus Stop by Jeff Burton is a whimsical take on the corporate practice of marking parking spaces for its executive employees. Evidently, the practice became outdated some time ago and the employee's parking space is now a bus stop. The wonderful grunge look to this image emphasizes the feel of the urban environment in which the image was found. This image is an ideal addition to any area exhibiting a urban or grunge design.
"Sometimes the decision to walk down the alleyway instead of along the sidewalk yields more than you expect. I decided to take just such a detour while walking around downtown and ran across this sign. The second I saw it I knew I had to capture it. If I had stuck to the sidewalk, this image would have never been...
Jeff developed a passion for photography after purchasing a Yashica FX-103 SLR in the early 1980’s. Armed with his SLR and Tri-X Pan B/W film, Jeff fostered an appreciation and obsession with monochrome images. Today, Jeff uses a digital camera to capture images electronically rather than on black and white film and is enthralled with the unlimited possibilities afforded by today’s digital darkroom, which provides the perfect marriage of his professional career and his passion.
Jeff shares his love of photography with others teaching Lightroom classes and photography seminars. With over thirty years of experience as a software engineer and system architect, Jeff distills digital image technology into easy to understand topics.
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