I haven’t done selective color in a long time, but it seemed fitting for these two leaves after a freak hailstorm.
“The House of Imagination,” a sculpture/installation outside University of Illinois’ Siebel Center, under a September sky. Ektar 100.
The interior of St. Joseph’s, just before the distribution of Holy Communion at High Mass in the Extraordinary Form, All Souls’ Day, 2018.
The spire of St. Joseph’s in Peoria in some nice late-afternoon light.
Back when the world was sane, students would occasionally fight late-night Nerf wars in academic buildings. Sometimes a shot would go astray and not be recovered, only to be found much later by a nosy photographer.
B&W digital offers the photographer all the control in the world, but to my eye it doesn’t quite meet the beauty of B&W film.
Downtown endpoint of the Monticello Railway Museum’s track, in happier days.
I’m a sucker for bright color; it makes me happy. And hibiscus provides plenty of bright color when it’s in bloom.
From 2015: a barn near Osman, IL, a bit moody on a gray day.