I’m drawn back to this site along Cheshire Reservoir where the abandoned Lime Mill stood for decades, partly because I photographed the Lime Mill many times, so I’m interested in how the site has changed after demolition of the buildings, and because this playpen draws me back. It’s an intriguing object among the ruins of […]
Views of the same location in Adams, MA. The first photographed with a digital camera, the second is a print from Fuji FP-3000B film, and the third is a scan of the paper negative from the Fuji film. Polaroid 250 camera with FP-3000B film, Sigma DP2M digital camera.
Cheshire Lake in Cheshire MA. The first large body of water on the Hoosic River. I became interested in the Hoosic River as a subject after photographing the Housatonic River last year, which I found to be a source of subtle yet rich imagery. Also from crossing the Hoosic River while hiking on the Appalachian […]
Yes, my Polaroid binge continues. I think it’s the physical involvement with the Polaroid process that draws me in. I get to participate in the image making in a different way than when shooting digital. Because it’s a large folding camera, and the film packets are also large, taking photographs is slower and more deliberate. […]
I’m in Hoosick Falls NY for my daughters softball tournament. I’ve been to Hoosick Falls before when I was photographing the Hoosic Tunnel/Rail Lines project, following the rail lines that run to and from the tunnel. Hoosick Falls is an interesting old manufacturing town with a rail line running right through town. There is a […]
Site of a former Lime Mill, now demolished, and the unlikely presence of a child’s play pen. The Lime Mill stood abandoned for many years on the shore of Cheshire Reservoir before it was demolished several years ago. This outing marks the beginning of a project photographing along the Hoosic River, which runs from the […]
Cheshire Harbor is area located along the Hoosic River in Cheshire MA, next to a former Rail Line, now a bike trail. The dam pictured below is visible from the rail trail, the remains of a canal, reservoir and old mill buildings are downstream from the dam. These were part of the Cheshire Harbor Warp […]