We often hear the term, “Exit Strategy”, used relative to military, diplomatic and business operations. Think about it…
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.
Fort Pickens is one of those massive masonry fortresses built for coastal defense prior to our Civil War. Most of the fortress and its 21,500,000 bricks have survived a war, a massive accidental explosion and numerous hurricanes. My visit extended over three days when the weather was less than ideal, punctuated by periods of rain and heavy fog. Because of these conditions, I spent most of my time photographing the gun casements and bastions. They were in most cases dark, damp and cold, but fascinating. The brickwork with the interlocking massive arches is fantastic!
OK, this is the moon, no sun, and there was not a full moon on November 28, took the photo on November 18…
This is the third photo of this series, please see the two previous posts.
Another One, these are fun!!!
This is an infrared through a fish eye lens.
I continue to fall behind with too many projects…
Continuing to work with Muse to develop new web pages. This link will take you temporarily to the new pages I am working on for railroad photograph.com:
I have again fallen behind in my postings. Been working on a new project, learning Adobe Muse, design software for websites. It is different than Adobe Dreamweaver, no code, simpler interface, and appears to be a lot of fun! I am going to soon, hopefully, redo a small site I registered last year, railroad photograph.com. Stay tuned, but in the interim, will post periodically a few old railroad photographs. This photograph was taken around 1970 of the Bay Head, NJ, loop, where passenger trains were turned around for their return to journey to North Jersey and New York City.
There has been considerable erosion on our beach this year and this has uncovered some old tree stumps and roots.