Friday, April 16, 2010

Monochrome Weekend: 3 Oaks Station

On the railway between Chicago and Detroit, the Three Oaks, Michigan station is now a gift shop. Captured with a Brownie Hawkeye Flash camera and respooled Kodak Tri-X400 film, developed in Diafine.

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9 comments:

Dragonstar said...

It's good to know the building survives. I love the pattern in the top of the windows.

Marie said...

A lovely building perfect in mono.

RuneE said...

A very handsome building.

Aileni said...

I have just looked-up the Hawkeye - a little gem.
I am considering respooling 35mm to us in a 127 Miranda.

Carver said...

That shot has such a classic look. Well photographed.

Vita Stunder said...

Beautiful building David!

Best of weekends,
Anna

awarewriter said...

Nice shot David. Yay for Diafine, the greatest thing since sliced bread.

It's not the camera, it's the eye behind the viewfinder.

Jeff Tatay said...

Nice work in general.

I like the idea of capturing buildings &c. They may be gone some day or radically defaced and it will be a pleasure for future generations to see.

Kitty said...

I like it when buildings stay the same, even if their use changes. The detailing on the windows is especially neat.

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