This one feels especially strong. There is a very human quality to these photos.
Your writing is fairly muscular as well, if you don't mind my saying so.
I liked photographing Dendron, as everything in it seems alive and concrete, while in fact the old company town seems to be shimmering its way into a ghost town--there is no longer a population sufficient to support full-time ministers of religion for its churches, for example. I had a very late lunch at a small restaurant and antique shop named "Lettie's," a former public school abandoned when the diminishing population made a consolidation of schools desirable, which was recommended to me locally: and in fact I have not had better home-cooked food anywhere--the chicken salad is wonderful, the Brunswick stew is wonderful, and of course the country ham sandwich is made with the deservedly famous Edwards Surry ham.
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Photo taken in Dendron, VA, USA
Misplaced? Suggest new location