Lasting Impressionism (2015)


Bristol Manufacturing — Waterbury, Connecticut

From a cold and snowy day in February, I offer up this final image to give you the feeling of being along with me…cold, but pleased  to be able to capture this Urbex gem once more. Until I return, this is the end of our visit to Bristol Mfg. Tomorrow, on to a new location.

Nikon D80 with heavy Photoshop processing

You can find some of my earlier visits to Bristol Manufacturing in my book: In a Different Light

Bristol Manufacturing — Waterbury, CT


23 responses to “Lasting Impressionism (2015)

  1. Love it, Robert! I’ve been playing around with different effects lately as well. It’s kind of fun and different. I like how this image is very “cold,” the effect enhances the feeling the snow gives.
    I wish I could send you some of our heat. It’s “sunny and hot” already, and I really do not like it. It was in the 90s yesterday. If it’s starting already, it’s going to be a long horrible summer.

    • Thanks Jo…life is full of extremes when all we want is moderate. I usually don’t alter my images this much, but as a closing shot it was worth the effort to get my point across.

  2. I think you know how much I love and admire your photos from abandoned spots like this. Your photos are exciting and outstanding – and I can’t wait to see your next series.

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