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Tag Archives: History

It’ll All Be Gone In The End


Inside the lighthouse
Point Lookout, Maryland — August 2015
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Voigtländer Ultron 21/1.8 ASPH II
Eastman Double-X (5222) + Diafine (stock) 3+3

Texture And Detail


Stone barn at the Best Farm
Monocacy National Battlefield, Maryland — March 2014
Leica M 240 + Leica Tri-Elmar 16/4.0 ASPH

After The Tourons Have Left


Buildings on Greene Street
Silverton, Colorado — December 2009
Leica D-LUX 4 + 24-60mm

Tower Of Stone


Looking up inside the Castillo de San Marcos
St. Augustine, Florida — November 2015
Sony RX100 IV + Zeiss Sonnar 1.8-2.8/24-70mm

This image was taken looking up inside one of the tiny corner towers at the fort, though I have no idea if this is how they originally looked or if there were once some internal structures to allow a sentry to view through the windows during guard duty.  Either way, it was a fascinating place to visit.

The Great Hall Of Union Station


Inside Union Station
Washington, DC — December 2015
Sony RX1R II + Zeiss Sonnar 2.0/35mm

O’er The Land Of The Free And The Home Of The Brave!


The “storm” flag flying over Fort McHenry
Baltimore, Maryland — May 2011
iPhone 4 + 30/2.8

Pillars Of The Earth


Arched passages in the National Cathedral
Washington, DC — June 2014
Leica M 240 + Voigtländer Ultron 21/1.8 ASPH

Swimming With The Fishes


Koi pond
Winterthur, Delaware — July 2017
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Zeiss Biogon 21/4.5 ZM
Kodak BW400CN + Commercial C-41 processing