The handwriting was on the wall
Literally. It was right there on the wall.
This is the fourth installment of the co-posting experiment with Ehpem, which makes it my turn to write our post.
As you might have noticed from my blog, I do like to find a nice, abandoned place to photograph. And Ehpem came through as a great photographic-tour guide – we found an excellent abandoned house and spent quite a long time inside making photos. (Kudos to Ehpem’s wonderful and patient spouse for waiting for us!) There was much to be seen, and photographed, in the place, and we tried to be diligent about capturing it all. The house had the look of some deliberate dismantling, but the more recent changes seemed to be more along the lines of nature reclaiming what once was hers.
There were several places where the walls were down to brown paper that had some very artistic things happening (don’t worry: we got plenty of shots of that!). But we also spotted a couple of places where a long-ago carpenter had made notes right there on the wall. It was an excellent find.
Jordan River, British Columbia
Posted on May 19, 2015, in Photography and tagged 365 photo project, abandoned buildings, architecture, black and white photography, co-post, E&M Collaboration, Jordan River British Columbia, melinda green harvey, monochrome, NIK Silver Efex Pro 2, one day one image, photo a day, photography, postaday, victoria. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.