Let's continue exploring Mississippi Doors. What lies behind? Anything interesting? Empty space? Snakes? Memories of long lost customers, children, and shop clerks? Will we ever know?
|Rear of 325 Washington Avenue, Greenville|
|Rear of 323 Washington Avenue, Greenville|
|343 Washington Avenue, Greenville (Fuji X-E1 camera, 27mm Fuji lens)|
Johl & Bergman Shoes once occupied this store. The handsome entrance featured dual doors and large plate glass windows to display their merchandise. Note the black marble panels.
|Smith's Appliances, Vicksburg|
|Remnant of theater, 928 John R Lynch Street, Jackson (Fuji X-E1, 18mm ƒ/2 lens)|
|Former YMCA Club, Monroe Street, Vicksburg (Kodak Royal Gold 25 film, Leica M2, 35mm ƒ/2 Summicron lens). (Note: Royal Gold 25 was an astonishing film, but it gone forever)|
|Hallway in St. Francis Xavier Convent, Vicksburg (Kodachrome 25 film)|
|Demolition of 915 Clay Street, Vicksburg (Moto G5 phone)|
|Deconstructed church, 1205 MLK Blvd., Vicksburg|