October 12, 2015architecture, autumn, rural decay sentries Sharonallied mills, bartonville, black and white photography, landscape photography, midwest photography, monochrome photography, Peoria, photography, rural decay, sentries Like this:Like Loading...
Sharon, what a brilliant photo!!!!
Thank you, Andy! This old feed mill sits next to a railroad just outside of Peoria, Illinois. I’ve admired it for years. I finally worked up the nerve to stop for a quick shoot one Sunday afternoon, only to be chased out by a suspicious, but basically friendly, fellow.
I was sad to read it’s scheduled to be demolished in the next couple months. One more relic of times past, vanished from the landscape…………
Thanks for your comment.
I’m so pleased you have managed to photo the mill before it’s pulled down, it makes for a stunning black and white photo Sharon 🙂 There have been one or two buildings in Fife that I’ve missed photographing, thinking each time that I’ll photo them next time, but alas when next time came, both had been pulled down 😦
Nicely done, Sharon. I like the converging lines. 🙂
Thank you, Frank. Great to hear from you :).