the mechanics of the thing
My dad was a civil engineer, which meant that I was exposed to hearing about how things worked throughout my life. (Once, as we were pulling out of the driveway to go see my grandpa, I asked what pre-stressed concrete was. An hour later, when we arrived, he was just concluding Part One: Introduction to Concrete.) Probably because of a combination of hearing things like that from my dad and the fact that our brains were wired similarly (except for the part about how he was an engineer and that calculus made me need to lie down), I am always interested in looking at the details in any setting. I like knowing what sort of minutiae matter to the people who use the place and seeing what kinds of things are needed to keep it going.
And so I was happy to be able to see these things, the ones that mattered.
Presidio la Bahía
Posted on May 21, 2019, in Photography and tagged 365 photo project, altar, architecture, black and white photography, church, Goliad, learning to see, Leica, melinda green harvey, monochrome, one day one image, photo a day, photography, postaday, Presidio la Bahía, road trip, take time to look, texas, thoughtful seeing, travel photography. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.