Thursday, November 20, 2008

From a 35 mm slide

This is from a slide taken in February of 1995...I removed the color in photo shop as well as altering the shading after that. But you know what--I can't remember what I did to alter it. I have went and made another copy of the original and tried all kinds of variations and cannot duplicate the image here.

Anyway, this is the Mansfield Roller Mill located at Mansfield, Indiana. It is now ah historic site and is now white. In 1995 it was donated to the Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources.

10 comments:

Mary said...

It's a great photo and whatever you did...you did right! Another Indiana place I need to add to my list of places to go :-)

Carletta said...

A wonderful photo Rose!
I just love old mills. On one trip to Tennessee we did a 'mill' tour -it was fasinating.

Yes, this is sepia enough for me.

don said...

What a fine looking mill. I like the mild toning and processing you did on this picture. Too bad the method for its production cannot be replicated.
Fine work anyway!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The mill looks fabulous in sepia, whatever you did. I wish you knew so I could copy you, but oh well!

Deobrah Godin said...

The sepia is perfect for this. I have "Down by the Old Mill Stream" in barbershop running through my head right now...

Pat - Arkansas said...

Wonderful photo, Rose, and since you can't remember what you did to alter it, this is now a rare one-of-a-kind! Lemonade!

Neal said...

That's a good photo! You know how much I like B&W!

TSannie said...

Worth framing and hanging. Lovely composition.

Lilli & Nevada said...

that is definitely a beauty,great job

Abe Lincoln said...

A very nice photograph. It has all the elements in it that make it beautiful. I am talking about the stream that leads your eye into the picture.

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