Wednesday, January 7, 2009

BIG THANKS !

...to Adam. Isn't this heading pic fabulous? It is one of my favorites. Adam continually scouts out places that are undergoing renovation or are being demolished...looking for the unusual or interesting. He was so taken with this place which was actually in our deteriorating downtown area, that he and Suzanne contacted a local bride they had shot recently to come and have another pic made there. She was excited and so were they. He went down to check his lighting before she came...and it was already torn down...gone forever...except for this wonderful pic. They were all so disappointed. It is actually the space between 2 old buildings they were taking down.

Thanks, Adam, it looks terrific!

11 comments:

Sharon said...

Hey,,, Hmmm I am not sure what to say about this picture, it's neat looking, but also scarey looking. It looks very old, something like people in the movies would shoot from, ya know!
I also don't know why a bride would want to have her picture taken there, what am I missing, I am missing something, hahahaha help. hahaha
But I do like the picture...
I love the pictures you add to your site, but this one I am not sure of. maybe you can explain so i am not lost
hugggsss
Sharon

new mom in law said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE the idea of a bride's picture here!! I totally get it. I have looked at his work before...AWESOME!!!

Lynne said...

I think it's a great picture! Adam does fantastic work.

windycorner said...

Fabulous photo! The light and color are wonderful. Please tell me they saved that brick....it is too wonderful to haul off to some dump. As far as the bride goes, has he tried photoshoping her into the picture? It might be tricky getting the shadows right but it would be worth a try.
Holley

justabeachkat said...

I love it too. Great job Adam.

Hugs!
Kat

YaYa's Funhouse said...

Yes, this picture is awesome. I would love to have some brick like that for an archway. Wouldn't that be beautiful?

Melinda said...

That is a great pic and a really cool perspective.

Musicaljean said...

So they took both those buildings down? Too bad.

On the other hand, I remember the controversy over a tall brick warehouse that was practically in Jeremy's back yard when he owned a house in Lancaster City. We used to sit on his back patio and say, "Wouldn't that be awesome if they'd tear that down and make a parking lot there?" Guess we weren't being very historic minded, were we?

nancygrayce said...

Oh, I love it! I wish I had a child who would change mine :( None of them are interested in the blog.

Gail said...

As some one who...ADORES the OLD things...I pray they saved the bricks on this one! Talk about history...IF only walls could talk!!! Your son did a great job with the lighting. Great, great, great, great PIC' and thanks for sharing. I loved it! g

RealEstateGirl said...

LOVE the photo in your header! So cool! This was our first week back at school too...ugh. I wasn't ready!

So glad to get your email the other day and to know I haven't been "kicked out" yet! I really am going to try to do better about blogging!

Miss you!