Human Spaces

These photographs were taken with 120 (6 x 6 cm). Click on any image below for a magnified (750 x 750 pixel) version.


 

"Mail Drop"

Auto repair shop with limited mailbox resources, Olive St., Dallas
Rolleiflex 2.8F with 80mm Schneider Xenotar fixed lens
Fujichrome Provia

 

 

 

Remains of Tyuonyi Pueblo (Frijoles Canyon, Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico)

Occupied c. 1300-1550 A.D.; descendants of the Anasazi who lived here are now said to live in the present-day Pueblo of San Ildefonso, to the north. Much of this site and its environs remains unexcavated. Visible to the left-of-center within the circle of the pueblo's foundations is an excavated kiva, one of three such traditional subterranean ceremonial rooms found at the site (click here for a detailed close-up).
Hasselblad 503CX, 50mm f/4 Zeiss Distagon CF-FLE lens
Fujichrome Velvia

 

 

Jemez State Monument, New Mexico
Remains of the San Jose de los Jemez Mission, built c. 1621.
Hasselblad 503CX, 50mm f/4 Zeiss Distagon CF-FLE lens
Fujichrome Velvia; infrared simulation created with Adobe Photoshop

 

All photos Copyright S. H. A. Shepherd


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