Happy Monday everyone. Hope you all had a good weekend.
Today’s post is another in the Princess Place Preserve series. This image was taken with the magical little plastic Holga and shows the bath house and Florida’s first in-ground swimming pool. This swimming pool is artesian well fed and no longer in use but still in great shape, other than a few leaks. The bath house is showing signs of age as you can see it’s leaning over precariously propped up with posts.
The blur on the edges of this image are the vignetting that the Holga lens is so famous for.
This image is a silver gelatin print with the warm tones from the split toning in Sepia and Selenium toners. You can see the lodge at Princess Place Preserve in the background as well as the saltwater marsh it overlooks.
Enjoy and have a great day. Comments are always welcome. 🙂