Sunday, December 27, 2009

Basim Jaber

I first met Bay Area night photographer Basim Jaber two years ago when he introduced me to a great little abandoned microwave relay station south of San Jose, CA. Basim has a knack for discovering many new night locations in the San Jose area, and the little relay station was easily accessible, fun to shoot, and located on the top of a hill with a clear view of the moon. Sadly, after only a few visits, it was demolished by the owner.

The photograph below was taken near one of the many active communication towers that surround Santa Clara Valley.

(Information Superhighway, by Basim Jaber)

You can see more Basim's photos on his Flickrstream.

3 Comments:

Blogger Brent Pearson said...

Hey Andy

Isn't it damn inconsiderate when property owners demolish their old buildings structures without any regard to photographers.

Happy New Year to you. Hope 2010 brings you plenty of great images.

Brent

2:05 PM  
Blogger amit said...

amazing photograph and great view..shooting at night surely is a great task with more light or very less light..saw interesting post in shari blog about shooting at night..should check out the blog
http://www.shariblog.com

5:05 AM  
Blogger Atan Athen said...

hye.. nice photo...check out my blog n comment my picture...hope u can give me some advice

atanathen.blogspot.com

8:11 AM  

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