Sometime back, I took a couple of shots and converted them to a brownish monochrome styling that I found rather appealing; depending of course on what it was that was being converted. I found the finish to give the shot an “old time” feel to it. One was on railroad tracks in Orofino, Idaho and the other was simply a church window that when converted, took on an entirely different feel.
I found several others that I wanted to try and convert. This was one of them. I’m not certain what this was but if I were to guess (and as you know, I have absolutely no issues with guessing), I imagine this to be the remnant of an old root cellar; one that at one point in time was full of vegetables, preserved fruits and large burlap sacks of flour and sugar. It contained everything one would need to get through a North Idaho Winter. Of course, there was likely a few jugs of hooch in there as well!