Posted: March 25, 2013 in Deserted, Details, Green Bay, Industrial, Photography, Structures, Uncategorized, Wabi Sabi
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My wheelman, Kemo Sabi, went out with me on Sunday afternoon because I desperately needed to shoot some concrete and rebar and power lines and I was just not prepared to wander around the Hundred Acres Warehouse Park strictly solo. One semi came in, but no cars in a period of maybe an hour, so I would have been all kinds of jumpy by myself. I was amazed at the absence of security patrols, but we can assume that somewhere there now exists plenty of security cam footage of a camera-toting woman  being tailed by a silver Camry.

I can’t identify most of the stuff I shot (besides wooden crates and an orphan tire) but I was pretty impressed with how everything was all artfully arranged like so many still life studies.






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“Hundred Acre Warehouse Park?” That sounds suspiciously like Pooh’s Hundred Acre Woods. I think it might be a good time (at least in Wisconsin) for the following words from our friends in the Hundred Acre Woods:

“It’s snowing still,” said Eeyore gloomily.
“So it is.”
“And freezing.”
“Is it?”
“Yes,” said Eeyore. “However,” he said, brightening up a little, “we haven’t had an earthquake lately.” 


  1. Marjorie says:

    Nice play on still life…no. 1 my favorite

  2. Very nice look at transmission line equipment, but who is that masked man lurking about?

  3. Hmphhh…in that case, they are obviously aluminum frammis insulators and electron sub-scramblers, as anyone can plainly see.
    …or immersible blenders…

  4. Modern still lives…Interesting 🙂

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