Black and white photographs of St. John’s Cathedral on Washington Street at 14th Avenue in Denver, Colorado. I live not far from the cathedral and walk past it regularly with my dog, and every time I notice subtle nuances I haven’t seen before in its design. Consequently, it is always fun to take more pictures of it. Usually this is done with the dog tugging one way or anything because the churchyard is one of the neighborhood’s best squirrel hangouts.
According to Wikipedia, the cathedral began construction in 1909 and the first services were held in 1911. In 1975 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
These were taken with my Minolta SR-T200 (before it got a CLA, new light seals and some shutter repairs) using Ilford Delta 100 film, and developed in my kitchen using Ilford’s Ilfortec DD-X at 1+4. These pictures were all shot using Sunny 16 rules because the meter was also not functioning before the CLA.
Photoshopping included: Adjusting exposure to compensate for underdeveloped film (still learning); minor use of Spot Healing Brush to eliminate some dust on the scanner bed.