Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Lupines are Blooming!

I love lupines and Sweetman’s Garden is coming into bloom.

Here are four shots from yesterday’s adventure:

Let Summer begin!

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Rusty III

As promised , additional fun with a rusty wall on an old building:

 

There were hundreds more possibilities.

Just colour and pattern and texture.

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Window

A window in the wall of an old building.

Everything falls apart eventually.

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Rusty II

There are piles of photo possibilities when presented with the weathered exteriors of old buildings.

Use a bit of HDR and this result occurs.

More to follow.

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Loading Dock

Old times were busy here.

Not so much anymore.

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Waiting

This building near the Erie Canal in Pittsford, NY awaits its future.

The puzzle is ready.  What does the future hold?

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Rusty

I took a little trip for the past two weeks or so and made a large bunch of photographs.  I’ll post some of them here in the coming days.

This one could be anywhere, but it’s near the Erie Canal in Pittsford, NY.

The siding is on a large two storey building that was once used as a factory/warehouse near the Canal.  It is empty and derelict these days.

We spent some time in the area with our daughter and our grandkids and enjoyed watching them grow.

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