Photography Edison Posted on September 24, 2020September 18, 2020 by Thomas Slatin September 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostTruck Route Next PostSpark 27 thoughts on “Edison”Thank you ,as always. So many thoughts and old memories your photos conjure.Loading...ReplyThank you so much! Please come and visit me in Vermont sometime. Thomas Slatin recently posted..EdisonLoading...ReplyThis is one of the coolest buildings ever. We have a couple of these Edison buildings in Brockton! Amelia Desertsong recently posted..Photophile Musings: “CSX 563 and CSX 5209”Loading...ReplyThis is cool. I do not know if the building is still in use but it still looks serviceable. I wonder what is this place on its glory day? Very good shot!!!Loading...ReplyAnother exploration of old buildings in urban areas. What’s the use of this place before, I wonder if it’s still operating.Loading...ReplyThis old building looks still in perfect cpndittions, I like to imagine what used to happen in this type of building in past. I can imagine the workers and the movement around.Loading...ReplyEvery time I see an old building like this, I can’t stop thinking how it was. Hows the people back then.Loading...ReplyIt still looks sturdy even if it looks old. Still standing up with time.Loading...ReplyWhaooo, this building is so beautiful. I love the color for its coolness. It is old and new at same time to me.Loading...ReplyNice photography work, this looks really cool like the vintage photo it is. I like the color of the sky.Loading...ReplyI like the delicate pink colour. Even though this establishment looks run down, I am curious of its back story. The coolest part of this photo is how the building mirrors the sky and the clouds almost flawlessly.Loading...ReplyThis looks a photo that you did with no sweat. It looks easily and perfectly done. I like the color combination.Loading...ReplySuch a nice old building. I really love your subjects of photography.Loading...ReplyLooks cool but scary to me because its located in an isolated location. Great shoot man I love your work.Loading...ReplyWhat a grand looking building. I’d fancy a visit to it.Loading...ReplyAnother old looking building. I am really starting to like them.Loading...ReplyI wonder what the building was used for. It does look like a store.Loading...ReplyThe landscape mode worked great for the shot. The building was captured in its entirety.Loading...ReplyThe Edison Building could use a new paint job. It still looks good though.Loading...ReplyThat brilliant blue sky is mesmerizing. I can’t stop looking at it lolLoading...ReplyThis is the definition of a perfectly executed shot. I look forward to more of the same.Loading...ReplyOld buildings always carry some sense of mystery with them. I wish I knew the story behind this building.Loading...ReplyIt looks like an old library. I might be wrong though.Loading...ReplyThe picture looks affectionate. You must have a connection to the building.Loading...ReplyOh wow, the Edison building! This brings memories rushing 🙂Loading...ReplyIs this a grocery store back in the day? The building is still in surprisingly good condition.Loading...ReplyI have no idea what was this building before. I think there are loads of memories for some people who used to go here long time ago.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Storm Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.