Fenway

In architecture, boston by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Last April I took a helicopter ride to photograph the Boston Marathon for the BAA. The focus of the shoot was the staging and start of the race in Hopkinton, but after things were under we way flew down course and even made a couple of passes over Boston. Of course, as a Boston Red …

Brooklyn

In 20mm f2.8, architecture by Robert Lussier4 Comments

I’m heading up to the White Mountains today for a couple of days of hiking and shooting. The itinerary is pretty loose, but I hope to bring back some good images. I may or may not get to post more this week, so this could be the last image on the blog until next week. …

The Corner

In architecture, New York by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

I grabbed this shot while running (literally) through the streets of New York City a couple of years ago. I was training for a marathon at the time, and decided to combine my two passions (running and photography), so I did my long run carrying my DSLR with a 20mm lens. Yes. I got some strange …

Chipping Campden

In architecture, England, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier2 Comments

Back to England for this one. During the very rainy Wednesday (or was it Thursday) afternoon on the trip, My son Ryan and I did a whirlwind tour through the Cotswolds in The Midlands. The off again/on again rain prevented us from stopping and shooting as much as we would have liked but there were …

The Chair

In 15mm fisheye 2.8, architecture, urbex by Robert Lussier6 Comments

I took last Friday off to go and visit my son out in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. It is about a three hour drive from where we live. Not a terribly long drive, but long enough to warrant a break – a few minutes from driving to stretch the legs. It just so happens, about halfway between …

Dark Tower

In architecture, England, London, Travel, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier5 Comments

Here is a dark treatment of Big Ben with Westminster Abbey faintly visible in the background. This tower is so iconic and I got so many shots of it when we were there last year, I thought a stark, alternate take on it would be refreshing. Be sure to click on the image to view …

Pastel Sky

In architecture, boston by Robert Lussier2 Comments

When my friend Scott Wyden came to the area last weekend to attend the Historic Mills Workshop I made a point of heading into Boston with him and his wife Melissa to do some shooting and hang out for a bit. There was probably more hanging out than shooting, actually. But that’s not a bad …

Christian Science Center

In 24mm PC-E, architecture, boston by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

This is a recent BW conversion of an image I shot back in the summer of 2010. Actually, I don’t think I published any version of it before, so technically, it is a new image here! The Christian Science Center is one of those odd places that blur the lines between public and private. The …

Nubble

In architecture, landscape, long exposure by Robert Lussier2 Comments

Back in September of last year I was driving through southern Maine and stopped at Nubble Lighthouse to shoot for about an hour. Nubble is one if the most accessible lighthouses in the area, so it is always teeming with tourists and – of course – photographers. That day was no exception. I was amazed …