Another shot from the interior of the Hastings Building, Port Townsend, WA. I was attracted to the random pattern of the paint on the wallpaper.
Well, there isn’t any lipstick left on these, but I still would be nervous using them. Not sure why they all ended up lined up on this interior window sill.
Found inside the Hastings Building, Port Townsend, WA.
This window sill was just awful, but I liked the detail work on the window pull. The design was matched by all the hinges in the building.
The vacant Hastings Building has an empty feeling. One can image that at night the halls are visited by ghosts of the past. But in the mid-day sun, they just look empty.
An excellent example of fine woodworking from the interior of The Hastings building in Port Townsend, WA. You just don’t find work like this anymore.
This is the historic jail in the basement of the Port Townsend Historical Museum. The Port Townsend area was one of the wild sea towns of the late 19th century. The jail was frequently booked full of (non-paying) guests. One of the stories was of the author Jack London spending a night here on his trip to the gold fields of the Yukon and Alaska. Not sure if it was this cell.
- Camera: Nikon D850
- Lens: 28-300mm set at 28mm
- ISO 6400 1/25th sec f/9.0