Variety at Kelly's Foundry

May 19, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Continuation of my two previous blog posts on my Sierra crossing and Tonopah, NV visit where I get to shoot with Jim Galli at Kelly's Foundry.

For the details and the story, see my previous posts ... for nine more images without much hype, see below.

My B&W conversions are all over the place, just trying to please myself ;)

 

Bearings and dust on shelf in diffused and indirect lighting

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Cracked open, white painted, door with hole in the wall and shelf

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Two hammers in the main space

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Burned out window between two spaces.

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Three hammers, chisels and straight edge

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Four hammers and straight edge

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Oil can pointing right

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Oil can pointing left with tail stock L_009656L_009656

Counterbored flathead screw

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Like Jim Galli said ... "I could shoot forever in this place"

Cheers,

Rudi A.


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