There is nothing I love more than photographing old churches. This one, I could not find a name for it, lies pretty much in the shadow of Mount Helena in Rolling Fork, Miss. It is just about to fall down and has been propped on the inside. It is a beautiful and simple structure, sitting among a new crop of soybeans. Nothing is inside the church save for one pew, a piano and a table.
I don't impress myself too often with my photos, but I think the top photo is one of the best photos I have taken this year. I just love the composition. The sunlight coming through a window is hitting the keyboard just right. And the simplicity of the wooden walls behind it really frame the piano well. This is why I take photos — because I enjoy capturing images that I like! It's an added bonus if you like it, too.
I did some artsy-tartsy Photoshopping on the two middle photos to make them look a little different. The result is very pleasing to me.