March 1, 2011

Familiar Theme

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When Jacob Lucas and I were shooting the Stone Mill last weekend, I told him how I sometimes enjoy just popping over  for an hour when I get the urge to shoot. It’s like meatloaf. It’s my photographic comfort food.

As familiar as I am with the building I challenge myself to find for something new to shoot, or I look for something old to shoot in a different light.

Which brings us to this utility cart. I’ve shot it before, but shooting it again seemed like the right thing to do. I love the way the light appears to spill onto the floor through the skylight.

By the way, Jacob is absolutely killing me with his perspective on the mills. Great stuff.

That’s the last time I invite him for meatloaf.

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  1. But the meatloaf in Lawrence tastes so good!! What if I promise to do the dishes next time? 🙂

    Great shot today Bob. I really like the eerie light on the trolley. Man, that meatloaf is the best!

  2. good lighting and placement of the cart, I may have been inclined to move it fully into the light but this does the job beautifully. Good work!

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