Architecture and City - Panfocal Photography
Oconee Station Unseen

Oconee Station Unseen

This is an infrared capture of a tree growing just outside the original building standing at South Carolina's Oconee Station. While it was much too hot for a hike to the falls, as we were massively unprepared, we did get to see the inside of the original fort building of the station and the later-built house. Originally, I wanted to frame the photograph with the entire window frame, but that proved to be more difficult than I anticipated. Oconee Station is off of Route 11 in South Carolina, a 120-mile scenic route through the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. We only stopped at 4-5 places, and that 120 miles took us nearly eight hours, so if you take this beautiful drive, be ready to come prepared! Restrooms are rare...

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