Project 50-2

© Terry A. Stoa

Project 50-2

Uploaded: May 31, 2016 13:21:19 | Entered: May 31, 2016 13:26:58

Description

This detail is from the old "Firehouse No. 2" in Decatur, Illinois. At the southeast corner of Wabash Avenue and Morgan Street, this building has been repurposed as "Firehouse Antiques & Flea Market".

This is the 2nd image in the series "Project 50". Each image is in the series is a single shot, taken with a 50mm lens and then converted to B&W using Lightroom.

1/160 sec, f/20, ISO 200, 50mm lens




Comments

Bob Cournoyer level-classic May 31, 2016

Fine comp/light/shadow.... :-) #1659423

Joy Rector June 01, 2016

beautiful detail #11481056

Terry A. Stoa level-classic June 09, 2016

Belated thank yous - Bob and Joy! #11483716

Amanda D. Austwick level-classic July 01, 2016

Congrats Terry on hid fine Finalist! #11490954

Terry A. Stoa level-classic July 04, 2016

Thanks, Amanda! #11491819

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