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Pila de Moda

In urbex by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

I got itchy on Saturday. I hadn’t been out to photograph anything in a while, so I decided to take a drive through Lawrence to look for inspiration. I found this. Just a storefront on Essex Street. The storefronts in Lawrence are quite compelling. They say a lot about the City’s character. Related Images:

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WE35: The Barbershop

In Cityscape, lawrence, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier2 Comments

I’ve never fancied myself a scientist. I tend to think that everything that happens is just “magic!” But here I am, wearing a lab coat, shooting with a 35mm (eq) lens and recording my findings. It’s called the WE35 project. It is something that my good friends at The Photo Frontier have started, spawned from …


In 50mm 1.4, nevada, Reno by Robert Lussier4 Comments

I really loved this store front in Reno, Nevada. I happened upon it as I was walking to dinner on the first day of my Nevada excursion, last April. It stopped me in my tracks. The roof lined with brightly painted tires and suitcases, a row of stadium chairs, a chest of drawers and a …

Austin Nevada Mercantile and Drygoods

In 24mm PC-E, nevada, Vintage by Robert LussierLeave a Comment

My first hour or so in Austin last spring was spent walking up and down Main Street, taking in it’s charm with my camera. It was an exercise I repeated  a couple of times during my stay. The town has a wonderful old west feel to it. It’s rich history can be felt from International to the “Austin …