Early 20th C. buildings Building - poster edge Lamp and columns - poster edge Lamp with mist -b/w Wall and window -poster edge Library window Share this:TwitterFacebookMoreEmailTumblrLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on March 29, 2012March 29, 2012 Posted in UncategorizedTagged architecture, Norfolk, photography, urban landscapes
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Given your photographic sensibilities, you and your camera would love Bridgeport and Fairfield. Old, gritty urban landscapes, and pretty, bucolic, naturalistic spots within a mile of each other. Alan will show you the way.
You might be interested in this portfolio of images, many taken in a vein similar to yours. They were displayed in a non-profit gallery I volunteer for.
You are right Lee. We haven’t been to Bridgeport/Fairfield in quite a while. Alan has many relatives there and we really should pay them a visit. Norfolk will have passenger rail service once again very soon. A relaxing train ride could be tempting.
Thanks for the link. I enjoyed the photos.