Photo a Day, Day 204...I drive by this school all the time. One of the many historical buildings in our town, this particular school house has been completely restored with some of the original desks even (See pics to the side: front window is the left window you see and back the right...) It also happens to be the smallest one room school house in Connecticut. It sits off of Route 117 in a sort of blind curve of the road which is why I have been so reluctant to stop and shoot it before. Kind of scary with the road right next to the school and the other side of the road has guardrails since it falls off to a river...
Shot is composed of 6 shots taken in portrait orientation and then merged in photoshop. The EXIF data is correct for all shots since this was shot entirely in manual - manual white balance, manual metering, manual focus. (The only way to get consistent shots for panoramics btw.)
Original will give a better view... For anyone interested in fonts the font is LTC Calson Long Pro Opentype from Lanston Type Company It is based on a font by William Caslon who cut his first typefaces in 1720.
Camera Raw, 6 image Photomerge, Crop, Resize, Sharpen, Frame: PhotoshopCS2