This photo is north of Walkerville, overlooking Acid Lake (the back of one of the pitt’s). I moved the camera up while I took the photo to make it look sort of like a painting. Those are the Highlands in the background.
Month: September 2008
This photo is a ten-minute long exposure of the sky on Roosevelt Drive. I have a series of about four more photos before this one. I might try to combine all 5 photos to make the star trails longer.
Vogue Cleaners is on Harrison Avenue north of Glacier Bank. The building is for sale, so I’m assuming the cleaners doesn’t exist any more. I used my flash to brighten the sign and add a shadow to the left of the sign.
This is the old Silverbow Club next to the courthouse.
This is the trestle on Roosevelt Drive, off the old road to Whitehall. It’s a three minute exposure, so you can see a small amount of a star trail on each star. The light on the road is from my car headlights. I turned them on for about 5 seconds, then turned them off for …
This is part of an old entry way to a building on Wyoming Street, just north of the new BSW. The way the brick is designed is very interesting, and I wish I would have been around to see the building back when it was kept up and Butte was in all its glory.
This is a closeup macro shot of peeling paint on a metal door. The door is under an overpass that connects the Whelan Tire Warehouse (across from Steele’s) to another building. The metal is peeling back from the wall, and you can see the door had been boarded up from the other side.
This is the Pekin Noodle Parlor taken from the alley behind the building. Also, I’m having issues with the photos I took yesterday, so I probably won’t be able to post yesterdays photo until tomorrow.
This is part of the Original Mine yard before the sun went down. The Clouds were great.
I saw this side door to a house on Mercury, and found it strange there was a teddy bear left out to rot near the steps (it’s the light blue clump on the bottom left).