Only Photos of old, Abandoned, unused Buildings
Handy man special
10-31-2014, 01:42 PM
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Winsted Congregational Chruch. I love the old stone buildings in Winsted, CT
St James Church Winsted one of the many great architectural buildings in Winsted CT and why I love to go up there to shoot photos, never been disappointed in what I find
Was able to go inside the Methodist Church in Winsted CT the other and take these. From what I've heard they were done by Tiffany or a student of Tiffany
Niskayuna town hall, free concert at the gazebo...
A slow Saturday night in New Haven's Union Station
Took this in the spring and forgot about it for awhile. Really just a quick shot from the car but I thought it was interesting. Can't figure out how it's still standing.
Got a little water on your property and want to build a barn
no problem, just put it on stilts. :D
Winsted CT. The steps to the memorial.
The Memorial itself
One of my favorite Connecticut covered bridges Cornwall CT
Found this one going through my archives. An old covered bridge in Vermont.
The foliage seems to look a little fuzzy to me for some reason.:doh
Some detail on a Church in Winsted CT, love the old buildings there.
A store front on Main St, Winsted CT
There is so much unique architecture in Winsted I love taking photos there. It's just so sad to see so many old abandoned factory/mill buildings. Sure wish somebody would come and revitalize them.
Sorry about the wires. I have no control where the state hangs traffic lights
I'm not about to try and clone them out.
New Hartford center , CT
A request from Zacker here you go, just a touch of HDR, well faux HDR one shot raw and modified.
An old Rock Crusher in Torrington CT
The old Original, Rumsey Hall School in West Cornwall CT, it has since moved to another location, I think, little attempt at some HDR
Here are a few of those points I have found over the years.
Inside and outside Churches are full of OLD wood and stone Architecture.
Don't be ashamed to stop and go inside to marvel it....
Priest/Pastors are very happy to show it off!
A Stone Church in Riverton CT
Yes another Winsted CT Church
Not the easiest buildings to take especially on a busy main road. always seems to be something in the way :) I have to take the advise of another great phototographer on this site and just concentrate on some of the details of these beautiful buildings.
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