Near my home town, there’s a little ghost town called Dorothy, Alberta. It has two churches and a grain elevator. About fifteen years ago I found this town, and all of these pictures are from that trip. I’ve been back a few times- now the churches have been fixed up and the elevator has lost it’s roof to a wind storm. Back then, however, the church that I took these pictures from was very decrepit, and, might I add, photogenic. Someday, for a different post I’ll show the outside of what I’m talking about, but for “frame“, I had to share these.
For this project, I raided an old archive of photos from a trip to San Antonio. The old missions in San Antonio have been turned into a fantastic National Historic Park. This one is not the oldest, but still nearly 300 years old, and monochrome totally suits this walkway, and ironwork.
On day six I said a little bit about this bridge. It’s really awesome, and a great place to play with a camera. The land around the base is public parkland, so very free access. This is the largest railway structure in Canada, and the largest bridge of it’s type in the world.