|Clay Street, Vicksburg (also known as the ugliest street in America), 150mm lens.|
|Hasselblad 501CM, A12 film back, and Zeiss 80mm f/2.8 CB lens (all 1999 production).|
|Kansas City Southern railroad line from the Confederate Avenue bridge, Vicksburg Military Park, 150mm lens.|
|501 Fairground Street, 150mm lens.|
|503 Fairground Street.|
The five matching houses on Fairground street are typical 1920s cottages. They are wider than shotgun houses but similarly intended as inexpensive housing for urban working families. I have photographed them before many times.
|Fairground Street bridge, 150mm lens (flare is from a light leak in the film back).|
|KCS railroad cut from Washington Street, 150mm lens.|
|Gent with his bicycle, 150mm lens.|
|Tri-State Tire, 2209 Washington Street, Vicksburg.|
|Stairs on the east side of the unused Mercy Hospital, Grove Street, 80mm lens.|
|2314 Grove Street, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 80mm lens.|
Thank you, Bob, for letting me use your camera and lenses. But now that I have sampled a Hasselblad, I want to buy one (Hmmm, an element of Gear Acquisition Syndrome (GAS) at play here.....).