by Milo Smith
At Photo Club [under the auspices of Encore Education] we recently reviewed Social Landscape Photography and New Social Landscape Photography. The New School usually includes people, while the original had few people and is mostly landscapes altered by mankind.
Here are a few without people, all in black and white as was typical.
#1 Private bridge on County Road 19.
#2 Derelict barn on Glen Roy Road. It is no longer there.
#3 Derelict barn on North Branch Road (?)
#4 Graveyard at St. Raphael’s and a cornfield beyond.
#5 Star Pub at the Pioneer Museum in Dunvegan.
#6 Star Pub interior.
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Sad to see those old barns deteriorating…they were happening places at one time…perfect photos!Sent from Samsung tablet
I love the look and feel of these old buildings and your shots of them in black and white are especially moving. Thank you for sharing, Milo!