I work in an old mill building in Brunswick, Maine. Once known as the Cabot Mill and home to a textile factory, it is now named after a military installation that once sat on this site, Fort Andross. It’s an enormous building, with several wings and countless nooks and crannies, and it dominates the North side of Maine Street.
It’s a photographic wonderland, inside and out, with fascinating light:
Out-of-the-way hiding places:
And remnants of the building’s history:
I posted a couple other photos from this building in my prior post Exclusion.
As the days have grown short and the air has chilled, I have found it a treat to have ready access to such a terrific subject.