This photograph was taken in Brevard, North Carolina. The property was once home to a summer camp and hippie commune, and was frequented by Woodie Guthrie, Pete Seeger and their ilk. All that remains of this cabin are low walls and these steps. Though I usually opt for monochrome photographs, the colors of the stones were so unique that I did not want to lose them in converting the photograph to black and white.
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2 Replies to “Stepped Ruins”
Love all of your images, Scott, especially those that deal with anything art historical. Have really enjoyed those that you have entwined with Latin. You have always been such a talent.