Sunday, January 07, 2007

OHIO
Semi-Random Pictures from the Buckeye state
A visit with Matthew, Olivia and Lyric in mysteriously dreary Akron, Ohio.

Recording our passions
The imperial electric factory


lyric




a frank picture of fake flowers at an enigmatic cemetery
Matthew briefly turns his back to the cross
the separation of church and american state
NOTE: The first five photos are by Matthew in Akron at various locations including: the Imperial Electric Factory, the Firestone Rubber Plant (both of which no longer function as factories), a small crackerbox at 912 East Archwood Ave. (whatever that means), the basement of which functions as Matthew's recording music studio. The other odd pictures are by me, of Lyric as reluctant muse, Matthew and I recording our passions (you will need to visit either of our places in order to hear our as yet unreleased energies), a frank picture of fake flowers at an enigmatic cemetary in Akron, Matthew briefly turning his back to the cross, and our discovery of the separation of the church from the American state.

3 Comments:

Anonymous terri said...

i love the picture of lyric and jennifer enjoying life. what a capturing of a moment...

3:51 PM  
Blogger Marilyn said...

so where exactly IS this obscure recording...?
-waiting 2 b enlightened

8:24 AM  
Blogger darren-jenn said...

it says at the bottom, you have to come over to our place. its the only way to revel in our (then) mutual obscurity.

8:38 AM  

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