This is a fascinating old house at lock 31 of the Delaware and Hudson Canal. It is owned by the Wayne County Historical Society. Click on the arrow in the photo to see some interior photographs of the house I took several years ago.
This is a series of infrared photos taken of Edinburgh.
I posted an earlier photo of this horse drawn hearse some time ago. I have almost finished re-scanning this series of negatives and wanted to share the images before I do some final editing. Click on the arrow embedded in the first photo to view the slide show.
At this undisclosed location, is this twisted staircase, where once out of shape minds were treated. To see more of this series, please go to Black and White Photo Images.
Twisted Staircase at Mental Hospital
This is a photograph I took with a panoramic 120 film back on a Graflex camera. The negative for this photograph was approximately 2.25 x 6.5 inches and vertical. I cropped as you can see two images out of the original and presented those both vertically and horizontally.
I had posted these on another site, but wanted them included here. They were taken in available light with my little four thirds Olympus.
These are part of a series of photos I took at our “Edge of the World” on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. I have posted these in various forms, particularly as part of a YouTube video, but thought they deserved a place here as a slide show.
This photo was taken in May of 1970 in Harpers Ferry, WV. This horse drawn hearse was in the back yard of a house neighboring the National Park there. I made inquires of the Park Service a few years ago about the hearse and they have no records that if ever belonged to them. I have a series of photos of this subject and will post more at some time.
Hearse at Harpers Ferry, No. 1
I took a series of photos on our beach on Hilton Head Island in January 2010. I enjoyed working with the snow fences that were put up to contain the winter blowing sands, not snow…
Beach Infrared - Self Portrait
The Cobia is a small commercial fishing boat that I photographed in 2010. Since than it has been totally scrapped. It is always sad to see old boats in this condition. They were once new and cherished helping provide someone with their livelihood in good weather and bad. Now they are old and grounded awaiting dismemberment.
Cobia, Brunswick, GA, No. 1