This photo was taken at Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas back in January. It was a PAIN to get a decent print because it was a very contrasty photograph, meaning that the building you see on the left side of the photograph wasn't visible until it was "burned-in" (given more time by like a minute, which is a LONG time while the rest of the print was covered up) and the lower right wheel needed much less time, in other words a very complicated process called dual-filtration printing in the traditional dark room. I am going to experiment with this print in Photoshop using the "burn" and "dodge" tools and see what I come up with.
Also from Fort Jefferson:
I LOVE this print. This brickwork and craftsmanship was from the 1850s. I call this print "Wide Arches." The black framing the photograph means it's a full frame print (nothing is cropped out of the photograph).
And this one, which I called Narrow Arches:
Now, I'm going outside to enjoy this beautiful spring weather…
Have a great weekend, everyone!