Silo C

In boston, industrial, urbex by Robert Lussier2 Comments

I immediately recognized the 4 towering silos that overlook the Dry Docks from one of Brian Matiash’s images. Brian and I had been talking about hitting this area for a while. From what he told me about his previous visits, and based on the images I’ve seen of his, I had high expectations. I was …

Chiaroscuro

In hdr, lawrence, mills, urbex by Robert Lussier2 Comments

This is the third floor hallway in the Stone Mill. I really like the sharp contrast of light and dark in this image. “Chiaroscuro”, for you art history majors out there. Related Images:

Secure

In hdr, lawrence, mills, urbex by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

This latch secures the door that leads to the walkway to the Everett Mill. Well, it leads to what’s left of the walkway to the Everett Mill. The current managers of the buildings tore the decaying wood from the frame leaving just the iron skeleton. Presumably in the name of safety. Related Images:

M L

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A shot from the Stone Mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts. The subjects and  compositions in the Stone Mill are endless. Related Images:

Lucky 13

In architecture, hdr, industrial, lawrence, mills, urbex by Robert Lussier2 Comments

When I shoot at the mills I am always concerned about where I leave my car. I don’t like to leave it in plain sight for a couple of reasons: I don’t really want it to end up in my frame and then have to go move it and; I am not always “authorized” to …

Mill Yard

In architecture, Cityscape, hdr, industrial, lawrence, mills by Robert Lussier1 Comment

I went over to the Malden Mill Yard for some late afternoon shooting.  The slowly setting sun created some amazing shadow patterns across the mill yard and buildings. I figured it would also be a challenge in post process. This image was shot from the top of a fire escape at the far end of …

Spiral

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I have a tendency to neglect my Friday image, so I’m posting it early. As I was leaving the Stone Mill in Lawrence the other morning, I stopped to look up the spiral staircase. Between the decades old paint cracking and peeling off of the wood and the spiral pattern of the stairs, I had …