I have been working with old box cameras, black and white film and double/multiple exposures. I have posted several on my different sites and blogs. Below is an example and another can be found at: Bethlehem Double Exposure With Box Camera – Variations.
This is the first entry of a study of Loch Ness. To see more of my Images of Scotland, Click Here.
I have been posting photos of “Maryland Farm – Study No. 1” on a couple of my blogs and wanted to include it here. These photos were taken on the morning of June 6, the sky was gray and it was starting to rain.
Feed mills have unique features and configurations and are fun to photograph. Below is a series I took last year in the area north of Hagerstown, Maryland. Four of the mills were old and no longer in use, but shared the same configuration. To show the evolution of design, I also took a series of a modern mill.
This is a photo taken in Bay Head, NJ around 1971 at the railroad loop. Trains from New York City and North Jersey were turned around here for their return journey. To see more of this series, go to Railroad Photographs.
Skull Lane got its name from several animal skulls that were found and hung up on a tree at the entrance of the lane. I took this photograph with a view camera and roll film back.
This house is located at Lock 31, outside of Hawley, PA on Route 6 and is part of the Tow Path to Trails Project. Presently the house is being stabilized and renovated.
The Huber Breaker is one of the last coal breakers in PA (I am aware of only one more in the state.). A coal break is where coal was broken down, waste rock removed and the coal graded into different sizes. It has been abandoned for a number of years and makes for a very interesting photographic subject. There are efforts being made to preserve this site.
Horse Drawn Hearse photographed in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia in 1970.