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Ruby Tuesday! December 21, 2009

Posted by littlebangtheory in Ruby Tuesday!.
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The enclosed ramp connecting the second stories of two buildings at the Lamson Goodnow cuttlery factory in Shelburne Falls cuts a dramatic curve across the evening sky:

This photo comes from Elliot; I used a serious amount of shift as well as a skewed objective lens tilt.

I might be getting the hang of this.

For more rubiliciousness, visit Mary over at  Work of the Poet.  🙂



1. Ralph - December 21, 2009

I have sen lots of old mills in New England. However, I haven’t yet seen a covered walkway that moves between buildings wit this gentle arc. A fine looking mix of stone facades and wooden arches…

2. chubskulit - December 21, 2009

That is a beautiful structure.

Merry Christmas, here is my RT post.

3. john - December 21, 2009

Great arch.

My Festive Rubies says Merry Christmas.

4. eden - December 21, 2009

beautiful arch

5. Felisol - December 22, 2009

Beautifully caught curves.
Beautiful craftsmanship in that old building.
Warm reds and mustard.
From Felisol

6. Hootin' Anni - December 22, 2009

That is amazing construction. I like this a lot.

My Ruby Tuesday is “Santa’s Got a Brand New Bag”…HERE is the Permalink

7. Patti V. - December 22, 2009

I’ve seen walkways between buildings before but this is extraordinary.

Stunning perspective you’ve captured here, CR. If I can call you CR 😉

Happy Ruby Tuesday!

8. littlebangtheory - December 22, 2009

Yes, “CR” works fine.


Thank you all!

9. dianne - December 22, 2009

you are absolutely getting the hang of this!!
love the way the curve is accentuated

10. sherry - December 22, 2009

geeeezzzz, perfect.

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