“Place conspires with the artist. We are surrounded by our own story, we live and move in it.
It is through place that we put out roots.” - Eudora Welty
Nice capture, which works well in black and white. When I see buildings like this, I always wonder what they must have looked like in their day.
Thanks Ed. I rather liked the color version of this, but the late spring greens were just too dominant. A color shot in winter when the leaves are off the trees would probably work better, but I agree, black and white does seem to suit this kind of subject.
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