Hello again! Here is the second of three posts featuring photos of bronze, steel, and stained glass, part of my Exploring Architectural Photography series from Oakland Cemetery.
The first photo in this gallery probably seems like an odd one…
… but you know sometimes you see a small, rectangular, bronze-blueish-greenish thing out in the wild and you can’t resist taking its picture.
I puzzled for a while about what this really was — it’s embedded at the bottom of the stone wall of a mausoleum — thinking it might be some sort of vent, or perhaps a Victorian stereo speaker. Then I realized what it was really for: it’s how the ghosts get out!
Thanks for taking a look!
The previous posts in this series are:
Exploring Architectural Photography: Dated Doors and Their Hardware
Exploring Architectural Photography: Steel and Stained Glass (1 of 3)
These colors and compositions are just magnificent.
Thank you, Michael!! 🙂
Great idea for a series. Love the stained glass.
Thank you! Me too! 🙂
Love that top picture. One to enlarge and frame.
Thanks, Laurie! 🙂
architecture always inspiring, thanks for share
You’re welcome! And thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment, much appreciated!