The APUG Show on Fraction Magazine

Fraction Magazine, an online fine art photography journal based in Albuquerque, has a new exhibit of work by members of the Analogue Photography Users Group, an online community for photographers who use film. Fraction selected 29 photographers out of more than 300 submissions by APUG members, and I am honored to be one of those selected. Check out the exhibit, there is some magnificent work on display from photographers around the world.

A white dress hangs from the ceiling in the attic of an abandoned farmhouse near Fort Wayne, Indiana. Snow covers the floor and light streams in through the roof slats.

This photograph, from my Forgotten Indiana project, was chosen for the exhibit on Fraction Magazine.

Temple of Love and Light

I have driven past this little brick building with its Greek columns many times since moving back to Indiana. It is located on Maumee Avenue on the east side of Fort Wayne, Indiana near my son’s school. I think it must have once been a bank, but now it is a church. The Egyptian ankh symbol on the sign over the doors is a curious thing to find on a Christian church.

The Temple of Love and Light Church on Maumee Avenue in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This brick building was once a bank with greek revival columns and pediment. The sign above the doors has an Egyptian Ankh symbol.

See the rest of my Forgotten Indiana project.

Prairie Grove Chapel After the Fire

Sunlight on a cold November day streams into the little white chapel at the Prairie Grove Cemetery in the Waynedale area of Fort Wayne, Indiana several months after the fire that damaged the building in March of 2008. Workmen restoring the little church have torn up some of the water and fire damaged carpet and pushed the pews to one side. Restoration began with the replacement of the roof in November, 2008. Work was then stopped because of the winter.

Inside the chape at the Prairie Grove Cemetery in the Waynedale section of Fort Wayne, Indiana. The church is badly damaged by fire after an arson attack by vandals.

See the rest of my photographs of the Church in the Prairie Grove Cemetery in Waynedale