Lilly Cup Cranes

Well the Lilly Cup factory is now gone. All that’s left is the tears. 🙂 The site is pretty much flattened. On it are a number of cranes that I thought might make for some interesting shots. I like angles and weird perspectives and such, so I headed out there this afternoon to see what I could get. I only wish the sky had been more dramatic. Here’s my first edited photo. I wanted something really gritty and urban looking, like dark and almost menacing. Hope you like it.

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8 Responses to Lilly Cup Cranes

  1. milkayphoto says:

    These look absolutely prehistoric shot this way. I never thought a backhoe could look so menacing!

  2. This is brilliant! I love the angle with the great spade (don’t even know what it’s called on a digger, come to think of it!) looming in the foreground! It looks even more eery in black and white.

  3. lynnwiles says:

    I feel really sad that the factory is gone and yet, I never knew it was there before. Must be a sign of the work of a great photographer.

  4. y says:

    another awesome b&w photo – menacing! makes me feel so small.

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