It lost its roof and much of everything else that would burn in a fire in the 1970's.
It is still used for services, under the bright, aluminum sky of southern Colorado.
The fire reduced the building to just its basic walls, the fundamental enclosure of architecture. For all the excitement of Modern architecture blurring the line between inside and outside, it is startling and humbling to see simple walls defining a space. Inside and outside; here, not here.
I spent quite a bit of time there making drawings and photographs. I shot it with three four different cameras as a bit of an experiment on how each of the different technologies record our impressions.
First and fourth images with a Lumix digital camera. Second and third images with black and white film in a 1970's Yashicamat.
Fifth image with a 1980's Nikon FM
Sixth image with the same Yashicamat with color slide film.
Last image with a Holga, black and white film.