Peering inside the main building of the Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg, CA. A surprisingly open old building where photographers can have a field day, assuming they don’t fall from one floor to the next!
(click through on the image to view in its slightly better 700px existence)
This photograph was the last set of compositions taken this day at the mill. I really just wanted to capture the order of the steel posts within the building along with the vertical window pane framing it. Nothing complicated.
A quick post today as I will be waking around 5am this morning to make my one and only photo trip for Fall Colors in the Eastern Sierras. This trip will only include the Hope Valley area and none of the areas along highway 395 from Lee Vining to Bishop. Gas prices in California are outrageous and upwards of $4.40 per gallon. Yes, I know you folks in Europe usually have it worse, but these prices are setting new records. So a relatively short drive for some color and that will be it for the leaves season for me. An update on the conditions at Hope Valley in my next post.
Other posts using photographs from the Old Sugar Mill:
- Circles, Squares, Gauge Cover, Selective Color
- Metal Conduit, Brick Wall Windows, Selective Coloring
- Sunlight, Peeling Paint, Faded Wall
- Room Sign, Window Panes, Painted Brick Wall
- Centrifuge Meter, Warning Signs, Selective Coloring
- Glass Panes, Metal Roof, Tree, Sky
- Bridesmaid Silhouettes, Window, Sunlight
EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center weighted metering mode, 30mm, ISO 100, 1/8 sec, f/8
Broken Pane, Broken Barrel, Mill Interior. Old Sugar Mill, Clarksburg, California. September 08, 2012. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.