Out with the old
Parts of this hospital have already been torn down, and other parts are well along in that process – all to make way for a new hospital. It’s hard to get a good view of the work site, though. There are tall construction fences (with fabric over them) all around the site. The parking garage that would afford a fantastic view is accessible only with a code number (which I don’t have). I think there may be a way to get to a pedestrian bridge, but that means wandering through the maze of hallways of a place that holds only bad memories. So, I did what anyone with a 28mm Summicron lens would do: I poked that little lens right through the only part of the chain-link fence that didn’t have fabric covering it, cranked up the ISO, braced the camera and myself against the fence, held my breath, and hoped for the best…
(Weirdly, bracing myself, holding my breath, and hoping for the best are all things I have done inside that facility.)
Posted on September 28, 2018, in Photography and tagged 365 photo project, black and white photography, Covenant Hospital, demolition, learning to see, Leica, lubbock, lubbock texas, melinda green harvey, monochrome, one day one image, photography, postaday, texas, thoughtful seeing. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.