Stone Window

In 16-35mm f3.5, lawrence, mills, urbex by Robert Lussier4 Comments

Today’s image is a new one from the Stone Mill in Lawrence. Most of my shots from this location are HDR, appropriately enough, I might add. Locations like this are perfect candidates for HDR. Anyway, in keeping with my recent foray into Black and White, here you go. In yesterday’s post I mentioned something about …

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 Stable at Hess Ranch

In 50mm 1.4, nevada, Travel, urbex by Robert Lussier3 Comments

Bea (Walsh) Bible told me of the similarities between the construction of the buildings on the ranch and those found in Patrick Walsh’s birth home, Bantry Bay, Ireland. This stable is a good example. It is easy to walk among these old structures and visualize not just a different time, but a different place. While …

Hess Ranch Doors

In 80-200mm f2.8, nevada, Travel, Uncategorized, urbex by Robert Lussier3 Comments

Today’s image of the Hess ranch is a simple detail shot of one of the out buildings. As a photographer/artist, sometimes I just look for patterns and shapes. In this case, I think these shapes help to paint a picture of the ranch as a whole. I have become intrigued with the story of this …

The Barn at Hess Ranch

In 50mm 1.4, nevada, Travel, urbex by Robert Lussier1 Comment

I shot this little barn from a couple of angles but this was my favorite. I loved the context that the mountains in the background and the two wired give the image. It is isolated, but connected. The Hess Ranch is located along a long stretch of a long dirt road. I did a lot …