If you've been visiting here for a while, you'll be aware that I have struggled to find subjects that I felt a resonance with other than the beach. Kingsley Plantation, however, has been a wonderful find. The slave cabins assume a sculptural quality when their planes and angles interact with strong sunlight. I went back again yesterday, and spent a long time shooting two rolls of film (20 exposures altogether). I don't use a zoom lens, and don't rattle off 150 digital attempts that get sorted out in Lightroom later. For just one frame, I may move the tripod three or four times after having examined the subject from as many viewpoints as possible. Here are three more from this most recent visit.