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Monday
Sep122011

William LeGoullon: Photography

A desolate playground underneath a beautiful blue sky. A blank billboard - brilliant white reflects the emptiness of the arena. Followed by a forgotten photograph of a young girl - is an eery series. There seems to be a sense of danger or uncertainty in William LeGoullon's photographs. As the words "Thank you, join us at night…" prevail from a sign boards, a trolley hides behind its red wire the words "for movies" as if to suggest the horror associated with the event. Despite this - car tracks can be identified in their many in the dirt illuminated by the soft glow of a setting sun.

Author: Raji Kaur

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    Just proves the old adage. Its an ill wind that blows no good. - No computer has ever been designed that is ever aware of what its doing; but most of the time, we arent either. Attributed to Marvin Minsky

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