I recently found out that the building that I went into for UrbEx/HDR shots is, in fact, a paper mill that I thought was somewhere else in Downingtown. I’m going to add a picture here that I recently processed from my adventures in that building. I’m also adding a picture I recently took at our house, of a Tulip. I was sort of experimenting with different positions in the sunlight and this particular image came out the best of all the shots I took. I was also experimenting with my 90mm macro lens. I really haven’t been happy with the results this lens has produced, but part of it is that with a macro lenses, the slightest movement is amplified many times, and even with the lens wide open (largest aperture) I was still capturing my shaky hold on the camera. So this time I put the camera on a tripod and used a cable release so I wouldn’t touch the camera in any way, and I was able to capture a couple of decent shots. I put one of the better ones here so you can see what I mean, although, there won’t be any basis for comparison. So, the first picture is the experiment with the sunlight, the 2nd picture is with the macro lens, and the last picture is at the paper mill. I found the desk exactly how it is positioned. That’s one thing I do not do when I’m shooting UrbEx, I never set a picture up. Well, I might move a piece of trash out of the way, but the subject is how I found it. Hope that you like these shots. For some reason, my expedition into the paper mil has somewhat re-energised my creativity.