Francine In Retirement
Seeing Life Through Photography

PHOTO FRIDAY: TEXTURE

CARRIE FURNACE

RANKIN, PENNSYLVANIA

The above photos were taken at a closed steel mill in Rankin, outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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14 Responses to “PHOTO FRIDAY: TEXTURE”

  1. Love the texture. The rust and the worn out effect gives a rich character to the steel and the Mill itself. Beautiful post!

  2. My father was a plummer as a second job and I remember seeing pipes that looked like this. The texture is all over these.
    Perfect ….!!!!!

  3. Interesting choice for the theme, Francine. :)

  4. How interesting. Nice interpretation of texture.

  5. I love photographers! I just do! Their pages are always interesting. Great capture, curiously. I can imagine you spotting that and thinking ‘capture it!’

  6. There’s so much history behind all of that texture. Another fine response to the challenge, Francine.

  7. Although I have never been there is person, your photographs really make me feel I am seeing it up front and personally! Nice Francine.

  8. That mill is on my must do’s for an US itinerary! Stunning images Francine!

  9. RUST!!!! Yikes! Looks good to my eyes, but it’s awful for me to think of touching it.


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