Fall means Halloween and so my first post in several months needs to be a haunting photo. This is from a series of photos I took of the E. H. Werner Power Station in South Amboy, NJ as it was being demolished.
This iron gate always seems to be locked into this little side area of the Kirkyard. Someone had left these flowers and made for a nice composition.
Another Halloween Photo…
I am continuing to add photos for Halloween, this one is from Greyfriars Kirkyard, Edinburgh, Scotland.
On one of my visits, there was this great old car just sitting there, no one around. No idea why it was there, and after I walked around for awhile and returned to where it was parked, it had disappeared.
I have photographed St. Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, GA, numerous times. I want to return there this fall. Most of the photos I have taken are infrared. This one I have not converted to straight black and white.
Several years ago I photographed the canal house in White Mills, PA, on the Delaware and Hudson Canal, just before restoration work was to begin. The photos were taken with a modified 4×5 Graflex View Camera and a wide angle lens. Below is a slide show of four of the five photos I took of the inside of the structure.
This past winter, I revisited the cemetery in Key West and took another series of digital infrared photos. This time a used a converted Nikon D70 and here is my favorite scene from this series.
One of the first series of digital infrared photographs I took was of the Key West Cemetery. I used an old Konica camera. The slide show below is the results of that series.
Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia is a treasure for photographers. Here I have posted a series of three photographs as a slide show. These are High Dynamic Range photos, a series of photographs of a scene bracketed and combined in the computer using software designed for this purpose.