A couple of images from circa 1978. The top was taken in an old abandoned house in Woodstock, GA. I did lots of work from interiors to portraits in this old place. The bottom is a portrait of J. B. Stoner. A segregationist and founder of the States Rights Party. I photographed him at his office in Marietta, GA. A couple of years later he was convicted of bombing the Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, AL.
An image I captured on a trip to Alabama after the big snow. It was already falling down but suffered a little more from the 12 inches we had. I really loved the sloping roof and the privet plants that were all leaning.
An image from a trip yesterday to Muscadine Alabama. I had been in this house a couple years back but had not noticed this scene. I really loved the light on the plastic and the shadows on the back of the closet. As for the name you will have to make up your own story.