Photographs by Frank

17 January 2020

Harrisville

Filed under: Landscapes,Monadnock Region — Frank @ 10:00 PM

Tuesday morning I had an appointment in Keene. After the appointment I did a bit of shopping and met my friend Al, a commercial photographer with a studio in Keene, for lunch.

On my way home, I stopped in Harrisville and pointed my camera obscura at the mill buildings.

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Mill Buildings #1 (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Buildings #1 (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Buildings #2 (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Buildings #2 (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Buildings #3 (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Buildings #3 (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Buildings #4 (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Buildings #4 (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Building Detail (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Building Detail (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Buildings #5 (Harrisville, NH)
Mill Buildings #5 (Harrisville, NH)

2 Comments

  1. I like these.

    Comment by Pat Nelson — 18 January 2020 @ 2:36 AM

  2. Enlighten me, are you able to take non-obscura pix while out and about? I would like to see some of these in color or mono without the obscura effect. Just my two cents. Mill Bld. #1 would fall into that requeest – color and mono. Off with South Shore Camera to photograph a garden shop. We did it last year at this time as well. Stony Brook’s presentation had to be via Skype as the presenter was snowed in. He was very good on images with moving water.

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 18 January 2020 @ 8:07 AM

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