April 24, 2005
Another from the trip to Buffalo. This is from the abandoned Carbide/Graphite Group site in Niagara Falls, New York.
I guess someone is afraid that theyd ru over the fire hydrant. Interesting. Hey that boxcar in the back look like it would be an awsome photo. That red stands out. It kinda takes the look from the photo. But nice detail...
In contrast to yesterdays shot, I find this one lacking something...or maybe having too much of something, for me I think reduced DoF would help this shot, and may crop a bit more, I don't know just my opinion. Thanks for the great site!!
Your industrial galleries are great. Do you know Ed Burtynsky's large format work - massive tire dumps, oil freighter demolition beaches in Bangladesh, slag rivers from refineries? A spectacular exhibit in Montreal closed recently.
this is a bit washed out... and the way the pic feels, i half-expected some awesome skateboarder to be soaring over this obstacle.
I was very impresed about a so performant technologi.
It's a bit sad actually. I like the shot, but it speaks highly of abandonment. It almost puts me in a depressed state, like time just passes by and leaves you run-down.
Awesome shot, this place feels dead!
make sure nobody hits that fuckin thing
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