Warm, late-afternoon sunlight turned into gloom, as I drove onto Monticello Road last night. I managed to get a few shots of a location I’d been interested in for several months.
Stewart (who is doing his own 365 project and inspired me to do mine), met up with me last night downtown and we hiked to West Columbia in search of photographic targets.
I got an early start on today’s photos after a midnight movie downtown last night.
I wasn’t sure I’d make it to the end of the week, but here we are on day 7.
I took my camera with me on my lunch break uncertain of what I might find. Turns out, I didn’t have to go far, as this image materialized before I even made it out of the parking garage.
I’m unapologetic about using the tilt-shift effect built into the camera. It’s made for subjects like this! Who doesn’t love trains, especially ones with a classic Americana motif? The tilt-shift effect makes it look like a model train I might have played with in my childhood.
I was off early this morning to a location that I thought would make for some solid, albeit, predictable shots. Another location presented itself on the journey and I found what was inside very interesting.