Some more photos from the Fort Scott Area.
You know me and benches! These are all the same bench. Just different treatments. The street was going down a slight hill, so there is this tension created by looking at the flat horizon of the bricks but the street is not level. The first one solves the tension best.
A state policeman pulled over to make sure I was OK while shooting these old trucks. Didn’t undertand what I could find interesting. He said he stopped at the abandoned church a few weeks ago for another photographer. I told him old stuff is like photographer bait!
The Ft. Scott Brick company must have been pretty busy at one time. Lots of brick buildings and streets downtown!
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