In Colorado by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

Here is a reprocessed version of an older image.  These are the Flatirons in Boulder, Colorado. I shot the image about 5 years ago when I was there to run the Bolder Boulder 10K — the biggest Memorial Day Race in the country. It features an incredible post-race Memorial Day tribute.   Related Images:


In Olympus OM-D by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Here is another shot from my brief weekend shoot in Rockport. At first glance I thought they were a series of changing lockers for a beach or pool area. But upon closer inspection, there was neither a beach or a pool on the other side of the gated area these were in. In fact the …


In 14mm f2.8, nevada by Robert Lussier1 Comment

On my my last visit (which I hope won’t be my last visit) to Austin, Nevada I walked the short mile or so up and down main street shooting the buildings. Most of those shots were fairly mundane. After a cursory pass through the resulting, I pretty much moved on to more exciting images. So …

The Boat House

In landscape, North Carolina, urbex by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

This was taken on a family trip to North Carolina back in 2011. We were visiting my in-laws and I took a “personal day” to meet up with North Carolina photographer Rob Hanson and do some exploring. We hit Bald Head Island to shoot the lighthouse and whatever else we could find. You can file this …

The Storehouse

In lawrence, The Mill City by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

Back in 2010 this complex was still a semi-vacant mill yard and one of my favorite places to shoot. This was my favorite building. I photographed it many times. From many angles. In all kinds of weather. Sadly, due to a hard drive crash, many of those shots are lost. But I rediscovered this one on Saturday …

Van Houten’s Cocoa

In lawrence by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

This is my first post this week, and it is not even a new image. It is an image I shot a few years ago and just recently reprocessed. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t been shooting anything new, nor does it explain my lack of posting this week!  And both of those issues are …

Tower of London

In architecture, England, London, Travel by Robert Lussier1 Comment

I never get tired of going back through old images. And I never get tired of black and white processing. So here is an old image I just processed in black and white. It is from last year’s trip to England with my wife, Jean and my youngest son, Ryan. To recap, Jean was there …

Webb Lake II

In landscape, maine, Uncategorized by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

Here is Webb Lake at sunset in black and white. Another in this rediscovery series this week. Revisiting the image helped me recall shooting it, even though it was almost a decade ago. I recall that I was not overwhelmed by the color in the sky. I remember wishing that the opening in the sky …

The Blacksmith’s Ladder

In industrial, interior, lawrence, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Since I started shooting the mills of Lawrence, my favorite shots have been the ones that defy time. This is one of them. It was taken at the blacksmith shop at Lawrence History Center. The History Center was kind enough to open the period shop for the Essex National Heritage Area Trails and Sails Photo Walk that …

Acadia Fog

In maine, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier2 Comments

Alternate title: Fog Mountain This is from the archives. It was taken in 2009 in Acadia National Park on day where a dense fog hovered at sea level for almost the entire day, drifting over the Porcupine Islands. I’ve posted images from the day already. It is the day that started with a particularly nasty …