Making pictures with an old lens, Oct. 27: Dumping

“Non-Toxic Waste”

More than a dozen barrels, marked with “Non-Toxic Waste” stickers, sit behind an old building in South Lake Union in Seattle, Washington. This site and the surrounding three blocks are the future site of a new Seattle Google campus. Camera: Fujifilm X-Pro1, Lens: Fujinon Aspherical 18mm, ISO: 1000, Shuttle speed: 1/60th of a second, F/8

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