In the previous post, all the photos were shot with my monochrome camera; in this post, they were all shot with a color camera. I don’t convert color photos to black and white—it feels like taking something away from the image.

Early morning on Main Street in Ferndale. These Italianate buildings built in 1900 are listed on the National Register of Historic Places as “buildings contributing to the Main Street Historic District.”
Mailboxes inside the Ferndale Post Office
View of Ferndale from the top of the Ferndale Cemetery, a California Historic Landmark.
The Gingerbread Mansion Historic Inn, built in 1895, incorporates Second Empire with Queen Anne and Eastlake styles. The inn’s website says it’s “the most photographed inn in California.” Not sure they can prove that, but it’s possible.

There are other photos from the trip that I like, but I believe in posting only a few so as not to diminish the impact of the ones that appear here.