It seems like every window in every mill in Lawrence, MA is huge. I’m talking 10 feet tall huge. And they’re everywhere. One after another after another lining the extensive walls of these massive buildings.
Which is why these three tall and skinny windows on the 5th floor of one of the buildings in the Pacific Mill complex caught my eye the other day. Bob Lussier and I were able to get a few hours to shoot the mill in the morning on New Years Eve, and although I was late (sorry Bob), I spent most of my time exploring this particular space.
I’m sure there’s a reason that these particular windows are there like they are, but candidly, I really don’t care why. They just looked great perched above this old workbench, and that’s good enough for me.