March 16, 2006
“Please don't throw cigarette butts in urinal.” Crangle's Collision provides this uninspired shot. I'm glad to see the industrial paint scheme made its way into the bathrooms.
LOL!!! When I was a little girl I always wondered what the guys bathroom looked like. That institutional two tone green is definitely a hold over from past, along w/ the metal framed windows. I really like that vintage air freshener too.
Do you think someone nailed in that white overlay on the wall behind the urinal just to avoid cleaning the uavoidable spatters? There are probably layers of them - like a stratigraphy of urinal history. By the way, why do some restaurants put ice in the urinals? I mean, I like it when I find one, you know...how many cubes can you melt in one standing. Of course the best and most challenging ice urinal game is: "Making an Ice Ring" in which the contestant attempts to burrow a hole through a single cube without breaking the sides. You really need a yellow laser beam for that. Success here is one of the quiet victories in life. One that you keep to yourself. Well, except now. Anyway, nice shot Kendy. In abandonment this single-purpose, single-person item wails with its gaping, thirsty mouth of its loneliness, its lack of meaning. I hope you gave the old boy a squirt for old time's sake.
^That may be the strangest and most amusing comment I've read in a while. I really like the simplicity of this one, actually, although it wouldn't work at all without that red sign. You'd do yourself more justice to call it a study in monotony than an uninspired shot.
Shuh has to be a stand-up comedian or he damn sure missed his calling!!!
are you kidding? the tiny urinal and the AWESOME sign is 'uninspired'? Sounds like someone needs to reexamine their definiton of inspiration.
I also want to be best friends with Shuh. We could hug all the time and drink rum until our eyes changed color and then terrorize the minigolf course.
this is a really cool photograph. I like the colors and the sign really gives it character.
you wouldnt want to be in a hurry if there were more people lined up.
Standing room only i guess!
Btw its amazing how our comments are googled quite easily to our names !!
Some week when you have tons of free time (I'm betting that never happens), I'd love to see each picture that week annotated with your digital darkroom notes.
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