September 1, 2010

The Best Laid Plans

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An image from the Washington Mill, which eventually became the Newark Paper Company, which now sits empty. It is monitored for security and safety, and sufficiently fire protected, but still, no business occupants.

Anyway, this drafting table is located in a room at the top of a stairway in the industrial section of the building. I shot it during an (authorized) Urbex shoot with Brian Matiash last month. I saw a sign that said “Not an Exit,”and thought, “if its not an exit, then it must be an entrance!” Unbeknownst to me, Brian brilliantly captured the sign that I didn’t give a second thought to. I proceeded to explore the next floor.

Glad I took the extra steps.

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  1. How in the heck did I miss this when it was posted? And I thought I had this on RSS; I need to look into that. This is one sweet composition, and you know how much I love your tilt/shift work. And, to top it all of, it’s a Vertorama!! Awesome!!