Stairway

Stairway

This structure was built in the late 1800’s, when there wasn’t a requirement for how steep a stairway could be. This thing would be tough to manage with an armload of groceries, for sure. Hopefully, it is only used as an emergency exit.

It also provides for an interesting view out the window.

Window Views

These are from a recent visit to the interior of a vacant (awaiting restoration) building in downtown Port Townsend, Washington. The Hastings Building was built in 1889. The ground floor is still used for a shop or two. Some rooms are in better shape than others… but all have a lot of interesting details in the metal work and wood work.

Architecture of B.C.

Neo-Yurt
Dockside at Fulford Harbour
B.C. Parliament Building, Victoria

During a recent visit to British Columbia to visit friends, I took several photos of various buildings. I don’t usually take architectural photos … instead shooting nature, but I liked the way this series showed the variations experienced on my trip.

  • Camera: Fujifilm GFX-50R
  • Lens: Fujinon 63mm

Back Door

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Getting off the main street and walking the alleys and access streets is a great way to find new and visually exciting spots. This door looks like it has seen better days… and the building is just a little bit scary with the cracks and patches.

Camera: Nikon D850
Lens: Zeiss Distagon 21mm
ISO 1600    1/25 sec    f/8

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