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It is no secret that the Stone Mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts is one of my favorite local places to shoot. I enjoy a good relationship with the management and security staff there, so I enjoy access (usually) when I want it. It is not abandoned. It houses about a dozen businesses ranging from retail to commercial photography (Have to talk to my friend, John about his site).
As the first mill/machine shop in Lawrence (birthplace of the Industrial Revolution in America), the Stone is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. So basically, it exists in a state of historic preservation. The toughest part to renovate and commercialize without compromising its historic charm is the attic. So, it remains empty and a great shooting destination for me.
This shot is one I’ve had in mind for a while, but never quite got right — wide view of the attic that emphasizes the structure of the rafters. I grabbed this one on my recent visit there with my friend, Steve Perlmutter.
Love the perspective and the lines it produced Bob! Very well done!
I love shots like this, well done
Love the pov in this shot Bob. The low angle and ultra-wide view add a really nice feel to the space.
Fantastic shot Bob. Love the use of the fisheye with this scene.
Awesome shot, Bob. Nice creative use of a fisheye.
Great perspective, Bob. The lens distortion gives me the impression of looking down from the top of a long shaft.