Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Monument Mills Water Tower




PHOTOGRAPHER’S JOURNAL: A rain of yellow leaves drifts, twirls, drifts again across my window. Autumn’s call has never been so insistent. One of the first places it drew me was to Housatonic, MA, where I photographed early yellows from within the ruins of an old Monument Mills textile factory. I processed several color versions before turning to black & white. In the end, I thought I liked it better. I wonder what others think.






2 comments:

Ginnie said...

Before seeing the B&W, Ted, I totally loved the color version. But it lends itself well to B&W, too. How's that for being PC? :)

Emery Roth II said...

Your comment is flawless.