Ruins at Stony Creek

Black And White Photography, C.S. Young Jr., Photography
Stony Creek Ruins
Stony Creek Ruins

A turkey vulture stands guard atop an abandoned and decaying old house on a cross road in Stony Creek, located in rural Caswell County, North Carolina.

Cheers,

C. S.

Uptown Charlotte Architectural Pattern Play

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3rd Street Architectural Abstract
3rd Street Architectural Abstract

I work in Charlotte a few days a week and enjoy scoping out architectural pattern play and street photography. Captured this composition a few weeks ago from 3rd Street looking west. One day, consumer photo software will have AI to count the number of squares in this composition. For now, anyone care to guess? For the best viewing experience, click to see a high resolution version.

Cheers,

C. S.

Rustic Old Barn Abstract

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Grassy Creek Abandoned Barn 2 Composition 2
Grassy Creek Abandoned Barn 2 Composition 2

Another old barn photo? Yes! I will always stop to photograph an interesting, rustic old barn. Soon they will all be gone. Until then, I’ll continue to capture their weathered wood, patina metal surfaces, and rustic architectural features. For the best viewing experience, click to view a high resolution version.

Cheers,

C. S.

Traffic Patterns

Black And White Photography, C.S. Young Jr., Photography
I40 and I85 Interchange 1
I40 and I85 Interchange 1

This aerial perspective of a local highway interchange in Greensboro, North Carolina, features interesting shapes and patterns in the composition.

Cheers,

C. S.

18th Century Log Cabin

Black And White Photography, C.S. Young Jr., Photography
Preserved 18th Century Log Home 1

Found this well preserved 19th century log cabin on the backroads in the northwestern Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.

Cheers,

C. S.

Vanishing Rural Appalachian Farmhouses

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Abandoned Farmhouse on Hwy 321

Late nineteenth and early twenty century farmhouses like this one on Hwy 321 near Sugar Grove, North Carolina are quickly disappearing from the rural Appalachian landscape. For the best viewing experience, click to view a high resolution version.

Cheers,

C. S.