Mar 05, 2013 - 10 Comments - HDR, History, Lawrence, Mill, Smoke stack, Stone Mill, Texture -

Facade

Facade

The word facade comes from the French language, literally meaning “frontage” or “face.”

This is the facade of the Stone Mill in Lawrence.  As you can see, it is full of textures.  And colors.  And lines.  It also has a history.  And significance.  A past and a future.  I’m drawn to it because its “face” conveys it all.

10 Responses to Facade

  1. Len

    Wow Steven, those details and textures are killer.

    5 Mar 2013 - Reply
  2. Bob Lussier

    I love this one! The image and words. Outstanding.

    5 Mar 2013 - Reply
  3. edithlevyphotography

    What a great building. I love detail you’ve brought out in the brick.

    5 Mar 2013 - Reply
  4. pinkshamrockphoto

    Oh my goodness, I love it all! Fantastic shot, Steven!

    5 Mar 2013 - Reply
  5. Navin Harish

    Very nice composition

    5 Mar 2013 - Reply
  6. LensScaper

    Wow – there is so much potential in that facade, Steven. Hope you got a few more images

    5 Mar 2013 - Reply
  7. gpcox

    Such a crisp view of the textures.

    6 Mar 2013 - Reply
  8. joshuaholland

    Excellent image!

    6 Mar 2013 - Reply
  9. Toad Hollow Photography

    You can literally “feel” this image, Steven, what a stunning photograph! Well seen, and perfectly executed, my friend!

    6 Mar 2013 - Reply

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