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Brian Gryphon has been producing photographic images for over 40 years.   His first assignment was for his high school yearbook.   He offers commercial photographic services, as well as offering photographic prints on retail and wholesale basis.   He brings four decades of experience in commercial and retail sales, marketing, management, and systems.   He has direct business experience in photography, writing, and commercial art + design; as well as college training in business techniques, programming and applied arts.   He started playing with computers by...more
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The practice of throwing shoes (or boots) in the air to wrap around a utility line has been described as everything from "angels feet" marking the death of a gang member to "just another prank by drunken students". There are web-sites dedicated to discussing it, celebrating it, recording it. One person decided that since the shoes tend to hand around for a while, it is a form of graffiti and coined the term ‘shoefiti’. I offer no opinion as to the origin or symbolism, but living in an urban area, I frequently see them. And being a photographer, I take pictures.

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