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  1. Thanks 🙂 I drive by this thing all the time (it’s down by Black River Wharf) and knew it had potential but couldn’t figure it out until I got out and looked at it and shot it. I thought it was kind of late in the day for the shot, but it worked perfectly with the b&w. I didn’t want to be there too long – I could hear glass breaking and voices from the direction of the GelPak building. I definitely want to shoot it again, though.


    1. Thanks Georgia! We had been talking about b&w in photo class earlier in the week and some ways you could change the settings on your camera for better b&w shots, so I went out and shot in b&w just for something different. The results surprised me!


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