One of the Idiot Photographer’s favorite sites is the former Greif Brothers plant. Though I like the place as well, I feel it’s been hard to shoot. The key feature of the place is a series of massive halls, each easily half again as big as a football* field in size. They are impressive places to be in, but the photos taken there don’t capture their cavernous size; the sense of scale is lost. So it is that I meet IP’s enthusiasm for each visit there with a tempered optimism. Such is the frustration of the photographer, when he knows the subject has a great shot in it, but he cannot find it.
Meanwhile, here’s an angular attempt from the late fall.