Category Archive: History

In Memoriam

While the monument in the picture above is what we want to be remembered with, the simple crucifix and inscription in the picture below are what inspires a moment of reverence. The first… Continue reading

Abandoned Train Tracks in Black and White

As part of my experiment on Light, Surface, and Color, I also took pictures with a black and white Fomapan. I think I like this film better than the widely popular Kodak T-Max. Praktica… Continue reading

Milford Baptist Church

Church in Marietta, north of Atlanta. Canon AE1 Program, Canon FD 50/1.4, Kodak 3200 TMax. Auto-tone enhancement in PS.

Downtown Buildings B&W

Pictures shot at very low shutter speed with a hand held camera during a night downtown.

Georgia Railroad Freight Depot

Inside the Georgia Railroad Freight Depot. The railroad doesn’t exist anymore; and the terminal is out of operation but well preserved. Each number corresponds to what was a freight entrance.

Old Factory in Castleberry Hill

This is the back of a factory in Castleberry Hill that used to make upholstery fabrics.

Entrance of the Candler Building

The focus of this picture could have been on the stonework carved from Georgia marble but I felt that the lamp had a more triumphing presence in the entrance of the Candler Building,… Continue reading

Writing The Great American Novel

This typewriter was own by Margaret Mitchell who wrote only one book but a very famous one, Gone With The Wind.