narragansett electric part two : interior {via point and shoot}

I love the bones of Narragansett Electric much more than I like the exterior. I was hoping to get in to take some close ups and do some more intimate exploring, instead these pictures were taken through a chain link fence. 
The interior was much more rustic and weathered which made me love it even more.

And the sunlight casting shadows and creating forms made the views all the more amazing.

As with the exterior the steel structures mimic the shape of the arches and rectangular windows.

I spy rust and rivets. It's just dreamy to someone who loves working with metal.

Yes, this cog came home with me. Little hands fit through fences..

I'm sort of in love with all of the X's in these last few shots.

And what are these circles all about? So weird to find them in the land of angles and arches.

In this last photograph I love the bursts of light coming from windows unseen.

What is so fascinating about weathered and worn structures? I can't get enough of them.

happy friday!
xo, kim

old pawtucket mill part two

I did some wandering inside the mill. My favorite part was how the light filtered through the holes in the wall. My second favorite part is seeing it being refinished, the new paths being made and new windows. I want to return to explore the inside more. 

My favorite photos have the three empty windows with the sky shining through. But I think those came out better on my hipstamatic. A few more regular old point and shoots to come, then we will get to some iphonography.

happy tuesday!
xo, kim


old pawtucket mill part one

I came across this old mill while I was out and about in Pawtucket. Part of it seems to be refinished while the other part seems to be heavy into construction. This set of photos is taken with my digital camera. I have many more photos in digital and hipstamatic. We can decide which we prefer in the end.

I really want to get back here to take some more inside shots too. 

happy monday, 
xo, kim