The Buffalo Water Works just keeps on giving. I am really looking forward to shooting at this location again. It was quite a remarkable place and today I present another image from my series. This one I like because it looks so industrial. The giant valve and gear driven wheel at the top and add the rust and it just works. The separation from the background works because of this beautiful gentle light that was coming from the skylights.
So my train project continues as I work on more if the images made during my shoot on Monday. Here is another. These were all made with the Fuji XT-1.
Sorry, it has been very busy with a lot of projects and I haven’t been able to find time to post. So, I’m back and will try to my daily postings again. This was made yesterday in French Lick, IN. There is a large train museum and old train depot. A photographers paradise. This isn’t the last you’ll be seeing from yesterday’s shoot.
I like to take back roads when I can and after shooting in Zion National Park last weekend I took some back roads and stumbled upon the scene. A rusty tractor in the field. Looks like it just died in place and was never touched again.
Been very busy on a numb rod projects and haven’t done os well this past week keeping up with the posts here. I was once again going through my old images and came upon one I like a lot. This is from a project I am still working on called Rusty Abstracts. Rust and old peeling paint make for some great images.
I am a rust addict. Ok, I have come clean. There is some attraction to rust that makes e seek it our. Rust has its own story. It is the decay of something that was. I find rust everywhere and love the texture and colors. It’s almost like an abstract. The best rust is in Antarctica and this trip I did a lot of rust shots on Deception Island. You’ll see more posted here. You can always use the tag on the right and click on rust to see all the rusty pictures.