Alternative Thinking


I shot this back in the spring during a short day out with my buddy David. The empty space around the building is where the now gone Ed’s Warehouse used to be. Ed’s Warehouse was a iconic city landmark, now torn down to make way for more condos. Anyway, I tend to look for and shoot these sorts of scenes. Who knows how long before this building is gone too. Hope you like it and Happy Friday!


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2 Responses to Alternative Thinking

  1. Zack says:

    The open space on either side makes it a really neat composition. I like how the building is like a small island in a sea of emptiness.

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