More Pennsylvania Pictures
This is a segment of the old Schuylkill Canal that linked the anthracite
coal region to Philadelphia. In the early nineteenth century it was one
of the busiest waterways in the land. Now it just sits, frozen over.
Here’s what put the canal out of business. The railroad, which ran parallel to the waterway about twenty yards away. Now it lies quiet too, the rails
I’ve been experimenting with vertical composition lately. This is just a
barren field along Rte. #895. I like the washed-out color and the lone
This is another field along the same road. This time I ramped up the
contrast to emphasize the difference between the horizontal
strips of ground.