All week I’m sharing single-subject photo series I’ve made.

I love used bookstores, especially small ones with carefully selected offerings. If you do, too, then please visit Zionsville and step into Black Dog Books. Be sure to greet the genuine black dog that snoozes on the floor.

Black Dog Books

Konica Autoreflex T3, 50mm f/1.7 Hexanon AR, Fujicolor 200

Black Dog Books

Ansco B2 Speedex, Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros

Black Dog Books

Nikon F2AS, 135mm f/3.5 AI Nikkor, Fujicolor 200

Black Dog Books

Nikon N8008, 28-80mm f/3.3-5.6 AF Nikkor, Kodak Tri-X 400

Black Dog Books

Pentax Spotmatic F, 55mm f/1.8 SMC Takumar, Kodak Plus-X

Black dog

Pentax Spotmatic F, 55mm f/1.8 SMC Takumar, Konica Chrome Centuria 200 (x-12-2003)

Black Dog Books

Pentax K10D, 18-55mm f/3.5-5/6 SMC Pentax DA-AL

Black Dog Books

Olympus XA, Kosmo Foto Mono

Black Dog Books

Yashica Electro 35 GSN, Kodak Tri-X 400

Black Dog Books

Nikon N90s, 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6G AF Nikkor, Agfa CT Precisa (expired 1/2006), processed C41

Black Dog Books

Argus A-Four, Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros

Around Zionsville

Pentax Spotmatic F, 35mm f/3.5 Super-Multi-Coated Takumar, Kodak Ektar 100

Around Zionsville

Pentax Spotmatic F, 35mm f/3.5 Super-Multi-Coated Takumar, Kodak Ektar 100

Black Dog Books

Canon Canonet QL17 G-III, Agfa Vista 200

Black Dog Books

Olympus Stylus, Kodak Tri-X 400

Black Dog Books

Nikon Nikomat FTn, 50mm f/2 Nikkor H-C, Fujicolor 200

Black Dog Books

Nikon Nikomat FTn, 50mm f/2 Nikkor H-C, Fujicolor 200

Black Dog Books

Olympus Trip 35, Kodak ColorPlus

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11 thoughts on “Black Dog Books

  1. Oooh, used bookstores are my kryptonite. I always find things I simply must have and then I add them to the piles of books I cannot find the time to actually read. Must. Not. Go. There.

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  2. tbm3fan says:

    There is a book store in San Francisco called Green Apple books that was opened in 1967 by a fellow who had just done a tour in the US Army. In an old pre-1906 wood structure in the Richmond District at Sixth and Clement. Started small and is now two floors in a typical small front face but long building you see in The City. Upper level has nooks and crannies with hidden alcoves and other small rooms filled with used books at over 100,000 plus 60,000 new books. The upper floor also has the mandatory creaking wood as you walk around. Still one of the few “old” things left in a city that has embraced tech and lost it’s soul to greed and consumerism.

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    • It’s the cycle of life, I swear. I remember many districts in Indy that used to be quaint and run by real people, which have since been “transformed” with chain restaurants and modern out-of-place apartment buildings.

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  3. analogphotobug says:

    Love books….also my kryptonite. I’ve been thinking of places that I frequent with my cameras. Usually to test new films or cameras or lenses. so I have “accidentally” made a couple of series like this. Need to dig them up.

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    • The office building and the shed (later this week) were accidental, but all the others I’ve shared have been deliberate. It’s nice to have some reference subjects.

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