Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Postcard from WhiteHall, Moon over the WhiteHall Tannery

Taken the night before final demolition, I thought this scene of the ghostly (and now entirely gone) WhiteHall Tannery was a good Halloween Image. It is very grainy because it was taken at an ISO of 1600, which I like in this particular instance. There were kids inside and they told me how to get in. Maybe I will share those images another time. WhiteHall is located about 200 miles north and West of Detroit. I was there twice, delivering and picking Piano Boy up from Blue Lake Music Camp. Click image to view larger.

Have a safe and Happy Halloween!
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Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Spoooooooky! Nice shot, Mary.

Happy Hallowe'en!



Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks, Fenix. I alos love your cute little witch smiley! :-D



Kate said...

It's a wonderful image for the holiday!!

Strangetastes said...

Really nice composition - you must have a good telephoto lens. I hope it is a safe night in Detroit, with its sad history of Devil's Night gunfire and arson. I hear the police are really cracking down on that stuff.

isabella said...

Nice composition! That moon is too perfect to be true ;-)

Anonymous said...

That is a perfect moon and fantastically spooky Halloween photograph!

Dick said...

wow, very good shot.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks so much Kate, Strange Tastes, Isabella, Anonymous and Dick for your very kind and fun comments.

Strange Tastes, we wandered about outside among the revelers and never felt unsafe for a moment. Luckily. Halloween here does seem very primitive and pagan!