This photo is of a building on N. Montana Street, across the street from Subway.
Month: August 2008
This is a vew of a headframe on North Main Street in Walkerville. I’ve been trying to find the name of the mine, but haven’t had any luck so far. Hopefully Wednesday I’ll be able to talk to one of the volunteers at the World Museum of Mining and find out.
I got a new lens today. It has a set focal length, meaning you can’t zoom. You zoom with your foot, by moving forward and backward. I’ve never owned a lens that wasn’t a zoom lens, so this was a bit different. I was determined to only shoot with that one lens, and was happy …
I was standing in the parking lot on the corner of Main and Galena, across the street from the Irish Times. The building is the Pekin, and I used a 30-second exposure to capture the movement of the clouds above. I had to use a pretty high ISO, so the photo is a bit noisy.
I have a portable power pack for my studio lights, and decided to finally test it out tonight. It lit up the machinery next to the Bell Diamond Mine all right, but not as much as I’d hoped. I set it off at full power four times during the 30-second exposure, and probably should have …
This is the Kaw Avenue Overpass at dusk. You can see the head frame of the Bell Diamond Mine on the upper right corner.
This is Park Street reflected in windows. The building to the right is the Lincoln Hotel and the one on the left is the Mayer Building.
I was taking photos in an alley near St. John’s Episcopal Church when a man named James asked if I wanted to take photos in the church. So I followed him in and took many photos, including this one of the chairs in one of the sanctuary’s. The light is coming from a door. The …
These are some funky power lines in an alley near Idaho and Broadway Streets.
This is the front door to the Copper King Mansion on Idaho and Broadway Streets.