Small town Indiana © Steven Willard
This might serve as an example for the value of GPS tagging. I know when this photograph was made, exif data even tells me what camera and lens, but what I don’t know is where. I was on a cross country drive when I stopped in this small town someplace in central Indiana, in the heart of farm country. You can believe it was a small town when I tell you that this store was right across the street from the town green where there was still evidence of a Fourth of July picnic. I wish I knew where it was. Look close and you can just make out the “LOVE” in the window.
Olympus OMD EM5 with 20mm f1.7 Panasonic lens.
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Fuji X-Pro 2 and XF 23mm R WR f/2 Lens
Fuji ACROS film simulation
Fuji X-Pro-2 and XF 23mm f/2 R WR lens
Just what I’ve always wanted a place just for myself 🙂 I added a lens blur filter in onOne Photo Effects to defocus the edges of this image.
This is a shot of a derelict house at the end of a local road. It still looks a little lived in. It’s on private ground so I haven’t been inside. I think the people that own the house (They have another next door) use it as a shed.
I just love the peeling paint and the hanging bicycle.
Leica M9P and Summilux 35mm f1.4 ASPH.
Fujifilm X30 – 1/350 @ f/5.6 – ISO 200
I really love the antique hardware and grain structure on this vintage door at a local church.
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