silk mill building


From the website:

The Silk Mills Building is classified under the National Register of Historic Places Collection through the National Park Service for its history as the oldest surviving factory building in the City and for its architecture. Built in 1895, this two-story brick, light and airy building served as a silk mill owned by D. G. Dery, Inc., a company which owned and operated more than thirty factories throughout the east coast. This particular factory closed in 1922.

Camera: Intrepid 4x5 | Lens: Fujinon-W 125mm f/5.6 | Film: Kodak Tri-X 320.

water street in charlottesville


To take this, I went to the top of the Water Street parking garage. The photo was taken at sunset, and I did minimal editing after scanning the film. This is likely the first of many such photos, my attempts to capture Charlottesville from a somewhat different vantage point. I’ll probably take additional photos from this vantage point, given the opportunities provided by the Farmer’s Market, which is held in that parking lot, and the view from the various sides of the garage.

Camera: Intrepid 4x5 | Lens: Nikkor-W 210mm f/5.6 | Film: Kodak Portra 160.

cove presbyterian church


From Wikipedia:

Cove Presbyterian Church, also known as Cove Meeting House and Rich Cove, is a historic Presbyterian church located at Covesville, Albemarle County, Virginia. It was built in 1809 and a is a one-story, rectangular one-room, brick building. The building was rebuilt and renovated in 1880 after it was destroyed by a tornado

Camera: Intrepid 4x5 | Lens: Nikkor-W 210mm f/5.6 | Film: Kodak Portra 160.