This window is another installment from our trip to Georgia last month. It is part of an old tin sided building in the small, and I mean really small, town of Sargent. Not sure what the building is or was used for, but it had some interesting character, especially the windows.
I decided to apply a sepia treatment with a slight vignetting to this one in Lightroom. I was not able to tell what was hanging in the window. Perhaps some type of covering for whatever work was done here. The hanger and clothing give the shot more visual interest.
Old Building, Sargent, GA
The entire building from the front. There wasn’t an angle I could find where the power lines wouldn’t be in the shot, so I decided to make the best of it and use them for leading lines and framing. Not convinced of how well it worked.
Another window with a “Drink Coca-Cola” sign. This one looked better in traditional black and white. I adjusted the tones to enhance the blacks giving the shot more realistic texture.
A close in view of part of the building. I like the tones and angles in this shot. The signs add interest and give a bit of context. When possible, I like to include elements like the signs in my images. The help to make them more interesting.
Old Tin Gin
Here is a view of the part of the building where I found the windows.