Photographs by Frank

28 October 2020

A Study in Yellow and Rust

Filed under: Autumn,Landscapes — Frank @ 1:00 PM

Yesterday, I took a walk on our Patten Hill property. The skies were gray and the light flat and boring… not ideal for photographing the landscape. Thus, I focused my attention and camera on some man-made details.

Although many school buses must be feeling abandoned and lonely these days, their sense of abandonment doesn’t hold a candle to the school bus we “inherited” when we bought the property roughly twenty years ago.

The last three photos are of the Pump and Circumstances pumphouse on a small lot adjacent to ours. Pump and Circumstances is a very, very small company that supplies water to the seasonal cabins on White Birch Point.

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Ye Olde School Bus
Ye Olde School Bus
Study in Yellow and Rust #1
Study in Yellow and Rust #1
Study in Yellow and Rust #2
Study in Yellow and Rust #2
Study in Yellow and Rust #3
Study in Yellow and Rust #3
Study in Yellow and Rust #4
Study in Yellow and Rust #4
Study in Yellow and Rust #5
Study in Yellow and Rust #5
Study in Yellow and Rust #6
Study in Yellow and Rust #6
Study in Yellow and Rust #7
Study in Yellow and Rust #7
Pumphouse Window
Pumphouse Window
Pumphouse Detail #1
Pumphouse Detail #1
Pumphouse Detail #2
Pumphouse Detail #2

1 Comment

  1. N I C E !!! You really worked this school bus well. i do like that you spent time pulling up some of the smaller details, including the rust. There was an abandoned bus in Carver a few years back that I shot a few times. A small clump of birch trees added to the setting. Because of its popularity, the owner cut down the trees and then removed the bus. He had a nerve. But i managed to get quite a few great shots from it.

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 28 October 2020 @ 7:03 PM

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