I like taking pictures, with my iPhone and my digital camera, although I don’t have really expensive equipment or much formal training.
I love taking pictures of lonely spots, places only sparsely populated at the time I’m there, and among my favorite pictures in those moments are those that emphasize angles and shapes, either architectural or natural or created by light and shadow.
One of my favorite photo opportunities came during a 2009 tour of the former BorgWarner automotive plant here in Muncie, Indiana. The plant had closed just a few months before and equipment, tools and other bits and pieces of the plant’s history were being sold off.
The photo above is one of my favorites, of the cavernous interior of the million-square-foot plant.
Above is a selection of fans that, for decades, cooled workers in the stifling factory.
Another work-related assignment led me to take pictures in the soon-to-be-renovated Canopic Apartments in downtown Muncie. I was really intrigued by the light well at the center of the apartment building.
Nature-made shapes can be cool. (Heh.)
Then there’s the modern-style stained glass windows at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Louisville.
Lastly, two photos I took today with my iPhone.
They’re of the bell tower at Ball State University here in Muncie.