Adventure Stack

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    Half nature, half ruins... who needs the rule of thirds, anyway?

    The "mouth" of an old stack, at or near the Adventure Mine (yes, that was its real name!) last fall. This was the opening which would have led into the adjacent boiler building.

    Still catching up on some old photos...

    Edit, many years later: Actually, this was for the Mass mine, not Adventure. Whoops! They are neighbors...

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    1. M.V. Radar 51 months ago | reply

      I'd hope in and shot looking out, if theres enough room.
      "Seen in Abandoned"

    2. maggiesonmain 51 months ago | reply

      Looks great without the rule of thirds!

    3. Marty Hogan 51 months ago | reply

      very nice shot!

    4. Maggie Deegan 51 months ago | reply

      How high up is the hole? Another interesting photo (and I have March 2010 photos still to upload ...)

    5. dcclark 51 months ago | reply

      Thanks all!

      @mcdeegan50: The bottom of the opening was about head-height, so maybe 6 feet. I didn't climb up, but I've been in plenty of these before. Nothing much in there except old tires.

    6. Perfesser_Bear 51 months ago | reply

      dcclark--
      Good day! I am an admin for the Flickr group Stacked, and we would appreciate having your photo added to the pool.

      For a rather bland subject, there sure is a lot of color here (courtesy the autumn afternoon light). As for the Rule of Thirds, well, some rules are meant to be broken.

      --Perfesser

    7. dame ags 51 months ago | reply

      I love the lighting you captured in the trees....

    8. islandmomphotography (Sandy Solis) 51 months ago | reply

      Well done and very interesting capture.

    9. Wayne-K 50 months ago | reply

      DC, I like the contrast between the man-made stack and the trees!

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