This B&B is called the Smithton and it was reflecting nicely in the wet roadway on this early January evening. Adding a bit of flash to the building helps reflect more color onto the roadway,which is an absolute nightmare with traffic around supper time,so its lucky I could even pull this shot off. I had around 10-15 seconds to shoot between light cycles on the traffic signals at the intersection just to my right.
This image was taken at the National Industrial History Museum in Bethlehem,Pa. I had limited time to shoot here but the machinery was stunning and very impressive. To be honest,I have no clue what this machine does but I can appreciate the craftsmanship that went into it.
The clouds were all flowing toward the same spot this day.
This church is packed with detail and I hope to get back to shoot it some more in the future.
This image was taken along the catwalk at Bethlehem Steel. The peeling paint,rusty metal and the various shapes and lines all overwhelm the visual senses. One can only image what this facility would be like in full operation but it sure is neat to look at in its abandoned state.