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26.1.12

Jenny Markley

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Jenny photographed by Mike Scott, shooting Mike's own Vespa GS160 MKII

Following my recent post on Ivan Dupont's work, another photographer I admire is American, Jenny Markley. I first noticed Arlington based Jenny's work on Flickr via her excellent Vespa shots taken on both film & digital formats. The beautiful shots below taken of her own white Vespa SS180 are some of the best I've seen; I love the atmosphere & tones in these shots....




Like me, Jenny is very much into original paint scooters & classic cars etc which I think is probably more an American thing than a British thing; particularly judging by the following shots taken by Jenny at various US scooter rallies....












As well as her Flickr photostream, Jenny has her own photography website - www.snapcophoto.com Being a fellow vintage & film photography fan, I really like her take on things which I kind of see as 'vintage Americana'.

In describing her work, Jenny says: "I use a variety of film, digital, and mobile cameras to capture the ordinary moments and objects that catch my eye. I'm most often drawn to the simple beauty, colors, and geometry of things that are lost in plain sight."












See more of Jenny's great photography on her website www.snapcophoto.com prints can also be purchased via Jenny's Etsy shop here

Thanks very much to Jenny for giving me access to her work for this post & also to Mike Scott for allowing me to use his image at the top of this post.


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