Doylestown was within the sphere of where I’d travel when I was in high school. I had a lot friends up that way, and I was always more interested in driving towards the mountains, than the city, so I spent a lot of time in central and northern Bucks County back in the day.
The Moravian Tileworks was this odd sort of place that my friends and I who had a band always fancied we’d use some day as the backdrop for a really cool album cover, in the tradition of Led Zeppelin.
Thus, I present to you a day at the Moravian Tileworks, accompanied by Led Zeppelin’s “Out on the Tiles.”
The band broke up before we got around to a second photo session, so you’ll just have to settle for the abandoned railroad tracks photo session.
Check out this photo. Just imagine all of the people gone, and imagine the above five lads spaced out randomly on the hail bales (or throughout the frame?) all looking in different directions. Totally cool, right?