Archive for the 'Old and rusty' Category

Decorated for Spring

Posted in Hill Country, Old and rusty on April 26th, 2015 by judy

Decorated for Spring

Cackleberry’s in Wimberley decorates their old truck to fit the season.

Blue Truck

Posted in Flowers and Plants, Hill Country, Old and rusty on April 11th, 2015 by judy

Blue Truck

The Blue Truck (with bluebonnets) is at Art on 12 and Bent Tree Gallery in Wimberley.

Route 66 Icon

Posted in Architecture, Old and rusty on October 14th, 2014 by judy

Blue Swallow, Tucumcari, NM

Blue Swallow, Tucumcari, NM.

Abandoned church, or was it a school

Posted in B&W, Old and rusty on August 19th, 2014 by judy

Abandoned church, or is it a school

I’ve been watching this building disintegrate for a few years. This time I took its picture with my infrared camera. Illinois farming community.

Back side of an old commercial building

Posted in Old and rusty, Texas, Urban on December 16th, 2013 by judy

Viewed from near Harborside Drive, Galveston, Texas,  I don’t know what the curving object is but I like the way it adds to the photograph…  I processed it to bring out the texture and character of the old materials.

Trube House

Posted in Old and rusty, Urban on December 15th, 2013 by judy

We visited Galveston, Texas for a few days and really enjoyed the visit. If you like old buildings, both commercial and residential, this is a great place to visit. I processed this one with HDR Efex Pro 2, which is not the way I usually process urban buildings.

Fort Popham

Posted in New England, Old and rusty on July 21st, 2013 by judy

Fort Popham, Phippsburg, Maine. This is an HDR image converted to B&W. The niches on the right once housed guns which could shoot through the windows which could be closed with iron shutters. The fort was never attacked.

Gil at Liberty Tool

Posted in New England, Old and rusty on July 19th, 2013 by judy

Liberty, Maine

Nate’s Shed

Posted in Infrared, New England, Old and rusty on July 15th, 2013 by judy

Nate’s House, Waldoboro, Maine

Tack room

Posted in Hill Country, Old and rusty on May 24th, 2013 by judy

Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm, Stonewall, Texas