Paul Whiting Photography

A collection of black and white photos, a visual essay on the aesthetic of the streetscape. Followed by color photos to start a conversation on what makes our urban spaces sometimes dis-spiriting and sometimes uplifting.
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Montana-Wyoming There's more to the West than stunning landscapes. The small towns and historic cities have much to reward a discerning…

Montana-Wyoming

There's more to the West than stunning landscapes. The small towns and historic cities have much to reward a discerning eye. My hope is to raise awareness of…
West - other My comments in the Montana-Wyoming album are true here as well.

West - other

My comments in the Montana-Wyoming album are true here as well.
Minnesota-Wisconsin I spent much of my life in the midwest, an area of the country sometimes overlooked by folks on the coasts. Areas in the…

Minnesota-Wisconsin

I spent much of my life in the midwest, an area of the country sometimes overlooked by folks on the coasts. Areas in the heartland are equally deserving of our…
Mexico I had several video projects in Mexico during the late 80's and early 90's, but I always carried a b/w film camera in my…

Mexico

I had several video projects in Mexico during the late 80's and early 90's, but I always carried a b/w film camera in my video bag. I often saw scenes that were…
Illinois The Chicago area is rich in innovative architecture as well as having fine examples of conservative styles. The downtown…

Illinois

The Chicago area is rich in innovative architecture as well as having fine examples of conservative styles. The downtown is remarkable for its bold and daring…
Left and Right Coasts Of course the East coast is rich in history, going back to the 1600's. I've also found visual features on the West coast…

Left and Right Coasts

Of course the East coast is rich in history, going back to the 1600's. I've also found visual features on the West coast unique to that area.

Kentucky-North Carolina

I've only been to this part of the country a few times, but what little I saw makes me want to return. There's a definite flavor here, personified for me in…

Billings: A Glass Half-Empty?

Billings: A Glass Half-Full?