Friday, June 15, 2007
Black And White #7
These are a couple of scans of black and white film from a photography course I took in college in the early eighties.
Lovley Wife (Lovely Fiance back then) went along with me as I scurried around Monroe and West Monroe, Louisiana looking for things to photograph.
This first photo was taken in West Monroe on the banks of the Ouachita River. There was this little house or building, that was all decrepit and overgrown. Old buildings such as this are always intriguing to me. It was once a new house or business or something that I'm sure the original owner was excited about and proud of. Click on it to enlarge and tell me what you see in the photo, OK?
This is a wider shot of the same building with the Ouachita River and a bridge in the background, from the same roll of film. (Tri-X)