Photography

Photography from 2018

Photography from 2017

Photography from 2016

Photography from 2015

Photography from 2014

Photography from 2013

Photography from 2012

Photography from 2011

Photography from 2010

Photography from 2009

Photography from 2008

Photography from 2006

Photography from 2005

Photography from 2004

Photography from 2003

Photography from 2002

Photography from 2001

Photography from 2000

The Sights of 2018

2018 was something of a mixed bag as far as photography went.  I had big plans and lots of ideas, but due to a number of issues, most often unfavorable weather conditions when I got on site, I never produced anything that would lend itself towards a full photo set.  My biggest photo shoot of the year, up in Centralia, Pennsylvania, lent itself more to discussion as a Journal entry than a presentation as a Photography set.  Other photo shoots, such as my visit to Morgantown, produced a large amount of photos, but nothing that I could style into a coherent photo set.

However, I really did my best in 2018 when it came to smaller photo shoots.  I got a little bit of a lot of things, and that is what this photo set is about: a compilation of all of the things that I saw and photographed over the course of the year.

An American flag, placed in a crack in the pavement of the Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania. Discarded spray paint can on the Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania, likely used for tagging the road.
Discarded spray paint can on the Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania, likely used for tagging the road.
Former Meixin Supermarket at 460 Hungerford Drive in Rockville, Maryland.
Sign for Wolky's, an independent gas station on Route 924 in East Union Township, Pennsylvania, near Hazleton. Subway at the Arundel Mills mall in Hanover, Maryland, using the newer store design incorporating the new logo, photographed after closing.
Weenie Beenie, once a chain of fast food restaurants, now down to only the original location, off of Shirlington Road in Arlington, Virginia.
Ford Taurus Police Interceptor in the Prince William County Police scheme at the Sheetz in Haymarket, Virginia.
Siemens fire alarm pull station in Armstrong Hall, a building on the campus of West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia. Wheelock AS on the wall in a building at Northern Virginia Community College's Annandale campus.
Gentex SHG horn/strobe at the Goodwill store in Charles Town, West Virginia.
View from the patio at Dirt Farm Brewing in Bluemont, Virginia, facing approximately east.
Street signs denoting the intersection of Court Street and High Street in downtown Morgantown, West Virginia. Sign assembly at the intersection of Broome Street (US 11), Cortland Street (US 11) and Main Street (NY 221) in Marathon, New York.
Traffic signal on 7th Street SW in Washington DC, at the intersection with a large pedestrian path on the National Mall.
The Home Depot in Hanover, Pennsylvania, housed in a former Super Kmart building.
"Stay Out, Stay Alive" sign near the northern end of the Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania. Odd Fellows Cemetery, located near where the Centralia mine fire began in 1962. Odd Fellows Cemetery is one of three cemeteries in Centralia.
Odd Fellows Cemetery, located near where the Centralia mine fire began in 1962. Odd Fellows Cemetery is one of three cemeteries in Centralia.
Reading Company 903 at the Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Alarm switch for White's Ferry convenience store in Dickerson, Maryland. The Roanoke Star, lit in white on May 31, 2018. Several sections of the star's tubing are out.
Composting toilet at the I-81 rest area in Whitney Point, New York.
Sign on the back side of the former Toys "R" Us store in Gaithersburg, Maryland, still lit up approximately three months after the store closed along with the rest of the company.
Maryland Midland Railway trackage near the intersection of Fort Ritchie and Skunk Hollow Roads in Sabillasville, Maryland. Vintage railroad crossbuck near the intersection of Fort Ritchie and Skunk Hollow Roads in Sabillasville, Maryland.
Vintage wooden railroad crossbuck on Cedar Avenue in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
A discarded bottle of 5-Hour Energy in a parking lot in Glenmont, Maryland.
Simplex fire alarm horn/strobe at the Citizens Building at 295 High Street in downtown Morgantown, West Virginia. Decommissioned Gamewell fire alarm call box on North Main Street in Cortland, New York, across from St. Mary's Church.
Simplex fire alarm pull station at the Citizens Building at 295 High Street in downtown Morgantown, West Virginia.
MARC locomotive 24 at the head end of a consist at Gaithersburg station.
The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City, commonly known as Pentagon City Mall, viewed from the topmost level, at night. Storefront for Goodwill in Charles Town, West Virginia. This building formerly housed a Staples.
Bon-Ton store at York Galleria Mall in York, Pennsylvania.
My Honda HR-V, parked in its usual space in front of my house in Montgomery Village, Maryland, with its newly-installed permanent license plates.
BC&G Consolidation #14, on static display at the train station in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Lime Scooter parked on the sidewalk on Independence Avenue SW in front of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC.
SEPTA Broad Street Subway train at Fern Rock Transportation Center, at the north end of Philadelphia's Broad Street Line.
Closing sale at the soon-to-be-former Kmart store in Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Graffiti-covered trees by the entrance to St. Ignatius Cemetery, near the north end of the Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania. Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania, near the northern end of the road, facing approximately north.
Elyse Horvath tags the Graffiti Highway, the former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 in Centralia, Pennsylvania.

Comments are closed.