A few post back we had a look an an abstract of sorts, created from a clock. In this post I want to expose a little more of this machine. The original image was taken at the base of a clock tower, with the machinery being manufactured by E. Howard & Co. of Boston. As previously mentioned, they were known for precision watch and clock works. Some of these fine works graced the likes of the Wrigley Building in Chicago, the Ferry Building in San Francisco and the Clock Tower Building in New York, to name a few. What I have shown in the previous post and here are a part of the National Watch and Clock Museum's tower.
Looking inside the screened off window you can see one of the tower bells. A closer look can be had below.
Moving down to the base of the tower there is a room that houses the precision machinery that makes it all work. The challenge was to shoot those images through the glass windows in full daylight.
My curiosity had me wondering how this would look with a B&W treatment.
In some future posts we'll have some looks at the goodies from inside the museum. Most of the images from there were taken many months ago but only a few have been processed.
Until next time...
Be sure to swing by my Pinterest "Photography of Interest" board where you'll find some really great images.