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My Favorite Picture – 2015

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Abandoned Ellis Island – April 2015

Three of my four grandparents were immigrants. While none of them passed through Ellis Island, the sheer history of this site made it a target of my admiration. In 2010, Meg and I visited the traditional side of Ellis Island … Continue reading

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Pennhurst State School

Sheesh, it’s been so long, I’m surprised I remembered my login name and password. Time hasn’t been a friend recently, and while I’ve shot plenty, actually documenting those trips/shoots has been non-existent. That said – here we go 🙂 April … Continue reading

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Carrie Furnaces – April 2014

Built in the early 1900’s, the Carrie Furnaces provided “pig iron” through the 1970’s (with ramp ups/change in production process to allow for more to be made during WW2, Korea, and Vietnam). The resulting molten product was poured into a … Continue reading

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Scranton Lace Company – April 2014

The adventure today set my sights on the Scranton Lace Company, in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Shuttered in 2002, this massive complex is quite different then two other mills I’ve visited. The Lonaconing Mill was preserved – left in the same state … Continue reading

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