Alabama 2023, Part V, Magnolia Springs

August 21, 2023  •  Leave a Comment

Even the last road trip's photographs are now growing old without being seen. The couple I am sharing today are from almost the same place. One beautiful old oak tree alley from its two sides. First, we're looking one way in color.

Old Oak Trees of Oak Street, Magnolia Springs, AlabamaOld Oak Trees of Oak StreetAlabama

Old Oak Trees of Oak Street, Magnolia Springs, Alabama

And then we are looking the other way in black and white. Old trees may be a photographic cliche, but I really do not care. Finding a beautiful old tree is always a good reason to bring the camera to my eye and click the shutter. And the oak trees of the American South are gorgeous. Their crowns tend to create these beautiful tree tunnels. Add some Spanish Moss and the Southern vibe is complete (even if it's neither Spanish nor moss)!

Oak Alley at Oak Street, Magnolia Springs, Alabama. Nikon FE, Ilford Delta 100 black and white film, D-23 developer.Oak Alley at Oak StreetAlabama

Oak Alley at Oak Street, Magnolia Springs, Alabama
Nikon FE, Ilford Delta 100, D-23 7 minutes

Alright, that's it for today's duo from our 2023 road trip to Alabama. Which version do you like more? Color? Black and white?

Enjoy The Beauty That Surrounds You! #etbtsy

Alabama 2023 Series: Part I, Houses on StiltsPart II, Ends of Day, Part III, A Hop to Pensacola, FloridaPart IV, Mardi GrasPart V, Magnolia Springs

Seville Quarter, Downtown Pensacola, FloridaSeville QuarterPensacola, Florida Plaza Ferdinand VII Sculpture, Downtown Pensacola, Florida. Nikon FE, Ilford Delta 100 Film, D-23.Plaza Ferdinand VII Sculpture, Pensacola, FloridaAlabama Office and Palm Trees, Paradise Isle Resort, Gulf Shores, Alabama.Office & Palm TreesGulf Shores, Alabama


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