This is an interior shot believed to me a miner’s cabin built sometime after gold was discovered in 1862. I loved the natural quality of light that was flowing through the windows, which created a soft palette of colors. Additionally, the gesture of the rippled and peeling wallpaper added some nice visual tension. The wonderful chair just happened to be in the right location. When the gifts come along, celebrate!
Bannack is truly a fine art photographer’s playground! So many soft, colorful interiors that took my creative breath away! The whole experience was a memorable immersion into historical renderings, lovely natural light, pastel colors, perspective, and weathered design.