I headed back out to the abandoned water treatment plant the other night. I had my waders on and I was ready to really tackle the water logged building that I had seen on my last visit.
Well, it was no longer water logged as we haven't had rain in some days but it definitely was mud logged. I now feel for you guys over in England or at least anybody that's been to Glastonbury because I have never been in mud like this in my life. I ended up walking into a soft spot and was literally stuck in mud past my knees for 15 minutes! It was probably the longest six steps of my life, haha.
After I rescued myself from the mud I headed up to the second level of the building and found this room. After some searching I found some dusty glass panes leaning up against the wall and realized it was a great opportunity to achieve an idea that I've had for a little while now. Placing mirrors on the ground while performing an overhead wool spin! I've been wanting to see what I could do with separating some crisp reflections on the ground.
This got the idea across as it was a much smaller and cramped space then what I'm looking for with this particular shot. At least I was able to capture the reflection of the ring in the glass panes and I can't wait to see what I'll be able to do with a full set of mirrors on the ground!
I had talked to Ryan (R Digi) the other night and he had a completely different idea with mirrors so I'm excited to see what he'll be able to pull off when he can get around to it.
I had to take the levels down a little bit here as it was much too blown out and the steel wool set fire to a couple spots in this room so this was the only spin that I was able to capture in there.