January 5, 2016, 131 East 4th

By: badkins55

Jan 05 2016

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Category: Frederick, Maryland

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Aperture:f/11
Focal Length:28mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/200 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Can you guess what stopped me and made me pull out the camera here?  It was that window full of riotous shapes and color set inside that plain white wall with highly regimented lines and angles.

This building is not much wider in its entirety than what is shown here.  It looks like it was built to fill in the space between substantial brick buildings on its north and south flanks, perhaps it closed up what had been an alley or carriage way.

For the photo geeks:  This is the perfect scene on which to practice your “Sunny 16” rule.  It still works, even with today’s digital marvels.  Use it and you will save precious electrons!

2 comments on “January 5, 2016, 131 East 4th”

  1. 131 E. 4th Street during the 1950’s, owned and operated by my great-aunt and her husband, Blanche and Norman Rupert.

    Thanks for your wonderful photographs!

    Kaye Rhodes


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