Outlying the urban setting of Birmingham are remarkable rural scenes and small towns that lie within Birmingham's hinterland.


Thank you for visiting the galleries of Jeremy Richter Photography. You will find that by and large, the groupings are made by geographical area. However, there are also some galleries that are determined by their subject matter. Additionally, because there are so many photos from Alabama, those have been separated by subject matter as well.

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Most of the photos displayed are available for purchase (some are for portfolio/viewing only). Prints (framed & unframed, matted & unmatted) are available. To purchase a single photo, click the Buy button (shopping cart icon) in the upper right while viewing that photo. You can also select multiple photos for purchase by clicking the Select option on image thumbnails. Then, select your preferred options to configure your purchase (including size and frame options for prints).
The Railroad runs alongside a Red Oak near Phil Campbell, AlabamaDilapidated Purina Plant Overrun by KudzuGrain Silo in Hale County, AlabamaFarmhouse and Tree in Rural Montgomery County, AlabamaBlount County Barn IBlount County BarnRural Scene in Suburban SettingPECANSBlount County Barn IIThe Old Mill at Shades Creek I