Looking Into

November 23, 2008


Filed under: Allison — alljenn @ 02:15



  1. Saaad
    damn foxes 😉

    Comment by Goofball — November 24, 2008 @ 10:59

  2. Funny that this is the lead in to my head games set! Hahahaha!
    But further than that, this image is so rich in contrasts. I love the way the white (stark white) is scattered through the warmer fall colors throughout the photo. What a great sighting and a great, great capture.
    I am still quite sorry for the bear!

    As some of you may (or may not) know, I’ve been working for a while on state-wide government responses to the foreclosure crisis. Not a nation-wide response but how can our state help families and communities deal with the fall-out of this meltdown in homeownership. The crisis in my state is unique because it impacts a large number of multi-family houses (we locals call them double and triple deckers). The tenants of those houses were just paying their rents and maybe had no idea their landlord was being foreclosed on. Once a mortgage company takes over house, they can throw out the tenants whenever they want. That is one thing we desperately want to change.

    This photograph was taken in a city in the middle part of my state that has been decimated by foreclosures. This house is owned by a mortgage company (there was a sign on the front). You can’t really see but the back part is gutted by a fire. I just thought it was so sad that a huge beheaded stuffed bunny was laying next to an abandoned house. There was a young family that onced lived there. I was trying to take a photo that asked what happened to them. ~ Allison

    Comment by jenn in holland — November 24, 2008 @ 11:13

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