Back in 2015 I found this gem on the backroads of Forsyth County, near Winston-Salem, North Carolina. I must have gotten busy and never got around to reviewing and processing. By accident, I came across it again a few weeks ago. I’m sure there are other forgotten treasures in my catalog. If only I had more time for treasure hunting!
Camp North End is a massive adaptive reuse project on a 76-acre industrial site north of Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. There were numerous old warehouse structures offering photographers a rich array of compositional opportunities.
This dying tree caught my eye while walking through a local greenway. Whether its old barns, houses, antiques or dying trees, there is always transience of life and beauty to be appreciated in decay. For the best viewing experience, click to see a high resolution image featuring the details of natural decay.
Oak Island is one of several barrier islands on the North Carolina coast running east and west near the border with South Carolina. For the best viewing experience, click to see a high resolution version from my portfolio site.
One of several abandoned building not yet repurposed on the Camp North End adaptive reuse project north of Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. For the best viewing experience, click on the image to view a high-resolution version.
The Hedgecock Homestead was built around 1900 and represents a typical mid-sized tobacco farm from the era. This is an abstract from one of the many barns on the property. For the best viewing experience, click on the image to view a high resolution version.
I captured this lovely butterfly koi at my local water garden center. Though the water wasn’t a clear as I would have liked, it did produce a darker tonality with some assistance from a polarizing filter.