The Windsor Ruins in Mississippi - Black and White Photograph (Square Format) (636580_0005X)Keith Dotson Photography
Black and white photograph of the columns of the old Windsor ruins in the Mississippi Delta. Completed in 1861, the house survived the Civil War due to its service as a field hospital for the Union Army, but was burned to the ground in 1890 when cigar ashes fell into a pile renovation rubble.
This photograph was shot on medium format Kodak TMAX 100 black and white film. Film photography provides a different look than digital photography and prints will display a pleasing amount of film grain and may appear somewhat softer than modern digital images. (Square format)
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