The first Daufuskie Island post.
I took a walk around the old Scranton Lace Company complex yesterday and took some photos, which I would like to share.
I have now visited the Hoover – Mason Trestle twice, and it is a wonderful vantage point from which to photograph the old Bethlehem Steel Furnaces. The photo here is an infrared photo I took during my first visit.
I have photographed this great old structure while it is being torn down on four occasions so far, and because of heightened security at the site, I may not be able to continue this study. I will post additional images and disclose the site when it is totally demolished.
I am back to doing some pinhole photographs with real film. I recently purchased a Holga, pinhole panoramic camera and took it for a test drive, what fun!!! So posting a couple of photos here and did a really interesting multiple exposure which is posted over on:
I took this series of photos last week, as I have described earlier here and on John Van Horn Photographer, it was a gray day, starting to rain and the whole process probably took about an hour. Click here to see the:
To see the same study in color, click here:
To see the color version, go to: John Van Horn Photographer
Or, I did a little book portfolio of the “Maryland Farm”, which includes the color photos published on John Van Horn Photographer during the last week and some additional images. So, if you would like to see it, please click and go to: Maryland Farm Study No. 1
The color versions are posted at: John Van Horn Photographer
I posted this photo in color on John Van Horn Photographer and than decided to see what it would look like in Black And White.
I took these photos in 1970 down the street from the Harpers Ferry Cemetery. I have no idea of where the hearse came from or what happened to it… Below is a short slide show of this series.