REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Sunday, May 1, 2011

It's Still Standing

It's a country church, built by area homesteaders in 1903. (My original post identified it as a school, but that was incorrect. I had just forgotten.)   The "weather side" is leaning like crazy, but the other side is relatively straight.  Each time I drive out to record it for one more year, I hope it hasn't leaned too far.   (After I converted the photo to black and white, the rest of the 'processing,' including the "frame,"  was accomplished with the LoFi program, which is soooooooooo much fun!)

This is Week 18 of Darcy's P52 challenge.  

7 comments:

texwisgirl said...

wow. looks like one strong wind...

Elise Ann Wormuth said...

Great picture, and I really like that frame!

Louisiana Belle said...

Yikes, looks like you could blow on it and it would fall over. Great photograph! Love the frame you used. :)

jo©o said...

That was a fair stretch of time for a wooden shed.
Was that the real date or did you make it up?
I'd love to see the coloured straight version too.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

a great sepia shot

Rosie said...

This is beautiful Evelyn! I also love the frame on it!

Tricia said...

I missed this post somehow... that's some awesome editing, Evelyn! What's this LoFi you speak of? My editing program is on the fritz & until I get it fixed, I'm gonna need something else & if it's that much fun... I want a part of it! LoL! =)