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In 14mm f2.8, landscape, nevada by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

It has been over about a week since I’ve posted anything here (bless me father, for I have sinned). Or on Facebook. Or GooglePlus. The primary reason is illness — I had been down for the count for most of that time with the flu, or something like it. But even in moments of lucidity, …

The Kitchen Sink

In Olympus OM-D, Travel, urbex, Utah, Zuiko 12mm f/2.0 by Robert Lussier4 Comments

I still cannot get over how much fun the Spring Photo Blogger Meetup at Moab was. Seven Bloggers got together for 72 hours of almost non-stop photography, functioning on very little sleep and all living to tell about it. Epic. One of the first stops on the journey to Moab was the Ghost Town of …

Bird on a Wire

In landscape, nevada, Travel by Robert Lussier3 Comments

I thoroughly enjoy going through old images to find new ones. By new, I mean old images that were overlooked the first time through. Got it? Good. This is one such image. I shot this barn at the Hess Ranch in Central Nevada at a couple of different focal lengths. And yes, I boldly changed lenses …

Cisco

In 16-35mm f3.5, Travel, Utah by Robert Lussier1 Comment

The first official stop on the Utah NXNW trip was the the Ghost Town of Cisco, Utah. It was an interesting visit. Justin Balog, who helped orchestrate this trip, assured us that in all the times he’s shot Cisco, he has never seen any other photographers there. Yet when we pulled up to the town, …

The Ascent

In 14mm f2.8, lawrence, urbex by Robert Lussier4 Comments

This is from a building in Lawrence that I originally shot with Brian Matiash back in 2010. Or 2011. Can’t remember. Anyway, it was a productive day shooting a great location for both of us. That day, I grabbed a shot of this stairway from about the same angle. Looking at it on my camera’s LCD …

12 for 12

In architecture, boston, England, industrial, interior, landscape, lawrence, London, mills, nevada, Travel, Uncategorized, vertorama, Washington DC by Robert Lussier5 Comments

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas, or Hanukkah (or whatever you celebrate) and are geared up for a fantastic New Year. I look forward to this post every year. It is an opportunity to look back on my work, reflect on where I’ve been (literally and figuratively) and ponder the upcoming year. I actually picked …

The Ranch at Grass Valley: The Bunk House

In 14mm f2.8, nevada, Travel by Robert Lussier6 Comments

I couldn’t post one of these images without posting the other. They just go together and help tell the story so well. The bench outside the building was the first clue. When I went inside and saw the heater / stove in one corner and the remnants of a bed (not seen here) in another, I …

Aisle Seating

In 14mm f2.8, urbex by Robert Lussier6 Comments

  Here is the last shot I have from my last visit to the Belchertown State School. In the four of five visits I’ve made to this place with friends, we’ve only been able to explore two or three buildings with any depth. This one was clearly the most consistently accessible and provided the best …

Pasteurized Homogenized Standardized

In 14mm f2.8, lawrence, urbex by Robert Lussier2 Comments

  Alternate title: Got Milk? As I walked past this milk carton on a table in the Stone Mill a couple of weeks ago, it occurred to me that I haven’t shot enough detail shots in this place. Figured it was time to remedy that. There aren’t a lot of “remnants of the past” in …