Another image from one of my favorite photographic haunts in Pennsylvania, Old Bedford Village in Bedford, Pa.
This image is of the interior of one of the one room school houses there. This is the Kniseley School and was built near Pleasantville, Bedford County in 1869 and was used until 1932. As I’ve mentioned in previous posts about Old Bedford Village, this building was indeed an original school, is not a recreation, and was moved to the Old Bedford site as part of their “living history museum.” You can see more information here: http://www.oldbedfordvillage.com
The image itself is a composite of two of my own images. Both images taken with the Nikon D300. The fields and barn seen through the window are actually from farmland near Osterburg, PA, not too far up the road. Much tinkering in Photoshop CS4, 5 and 6 (NOT the cloud), plus the addition of a hint one of my favorite textures from Florabella to enhance the mood.