29 November 2012
I must laugh at myself out there sometimes. I have never taken so many photos in portrait orientation in my life. Sometimes I catch myself trying to cram something into portrait orientation that has no business whatsoever being there. Why? Because the portrait orientation works so much better with my damned blog, of course.
The subject here is another space within that abandoned church construction site that we looked at before, a space with a different flavor than those in the other photographs. This is an instance wherein photos in either portrait or landscape orientation work well. At least, I think so. In that situation we need both. Why eat only half of the M&M’s when you can dump the whole bag in your mouth at once?
Here again there is that problem of the extreme between the sunny portion of the photo and the shady portion of the photo rearing its head. Close enough. I like the photos anyway because I very much like standing in that part of the building shell and taking it all in.
We previously established that these are not photos of a church. These are photos of what might have been a church.