There were not only homes involved, but also businesses destroyed.
This building fassinated me when I photographed it and I wish I knew more about it. As I edit more photos of this structure I will add them here.
As I work on this scanning project along with several other projects, I seem to be getting further behind on my daily posts. Will work on catching up this week.
I have really been looking at bridges lately. This is the Rt. 11 bridge across the Potomac. There is some work being done on it and you can see some scaffolding in the photo.
I had a very difficult time working the spider web into a decent composition. I am not really sure how well it works here, but had to include at least on photo of my efforts. The spider web as you can see in the photo was suspended between two strands of barbed wire adding to the composition and a deeper meaning if you wish to add one.
The old power plant at Williamsport to me is a really interesting subject, and I revisited it on my way by this past Tuesday. This series was taken with an infrared digital camera and a wide angle zoom lens.
Am catching up, this is another photo I took on Tuesday. The fog is just clearing in this photo looking up the river just above the Rt. 11 Bridge.
Williamsport on the Potomac River was also a port on the old Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. The aqueducts carrying the canal over rivers and streams are fantastic structures.
One more, and I should mention these were all taken with my new fish-eye lens. The weather has been very gray on this little road trip, so thus this one topic. Will try for something new tomorrow. I do however plan to take some more photos here on my trip north.
I hope to get back to Williamsport and explore the possibilities here with different light.