March 7, 2011

Shine a Light


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This week I’ll be presenting a few panoramic images from the mills.

Today’s shot is from the Stone Mill, in case you didn’t recognize it. This mill was constructed in 1846. Like most buildings of that era, it was designed to make full use of daylight. The tall, narrowly spaced windows ensured maximum exposure to the light of day.

This shot was captured in late afternoon a couple of weeks ago. The sun was just low enough to create some dramatic shadow play across the floor.


Random Rock Lyric:


I met a gin-soaked
Barroom queen
in Memphis

What song, what group?

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  1. Love this pano, Bob. So simple, but the shadows add a great element of drama to the frame.

    No idea on the lyric 🙁

  2. Although the immediate answer for who recorded this would be the Rolling Stones, one wouldn’t be wrong if they guessed Ike & Tina Turner. They recorded it as well (as a cover). 🙂 On a side note … great panorama, Bob!

  3. I will say I am going to miss Boulder, but I love these panos. Looking forward to the rest of them!

  4. Another great image, Bob. The light patterns falling on the floor are fabulous and I love the overall regularity of the composition.