Sunday, March 23, 2014

Kingsley Plantation will probably hold my photographic interest for a long time to come.  Worthy bodies of work are not accumulated quickly, so I expect to be visiting it quite often.  Having posted a group of mostly abstract images of the cabins I want to offer some context regarding their place.  Only 60 cleared acres remain of the original 1000 arable acres.  The cabins are sited on those, and immediately behind them, there is a riot of dense, jungle-like abundance.  The first of these two pictures includes a tree that may or may not be ancient enough to have shaded the cabin behind it.  But, the other portrays the dense growth that was not there when the plantation was an active farm. 

No comments: