Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Warehouse No. 3

Warehouse No 3

More B&W. Not BMW. I drive a Honda. If I blow money I'll do it on cameras and lenses.

This is an abandoned warehouse a couple of blocks from yesterday's power plant. The overpainting across the top suggests it's had more than one occupant. I can't make it out - guesses are invited. No idea what DE was. Don't think it stands for Deutschland. 

TOMORROW: a B&W Thursday Arch photo. And some other stuff. Lots of arches.                                

10 comments:

cieldequimper said...

There's a nice arrow...

Oh I would, if I had enough money, I would... A little BMW roadster...

Olivier said...

tu as bien raison, il faut mieux investir dans la photo ;) encore un beau b&w, j'aime la texture que cela donne.

Sur ma photo d'aujourd'hui, aucun effets spéciaux, c'est une pause longue de 20 secondes (avec un filtre ND400)

s.c said...

In the Netherlands we have a brand for coffee, tobacco and tea that is called D & E for Douwe Egberts , (the original starter of the firm in 1753). It was long part of Sara Iee but now it is called D & E master blenders and brought to the Euronext stock. I am not sure of it is this on your picture but I like the B&W of the facade as the picture from yesterday.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I can't discern this either, although D E was evidentlyl a trademark, at least at one time.


Maybe if you found Warehouse No. 1 or 2, they would provide a clue, if they still exist.

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful job Bob. Nicely done.

Norma Beishir said...

You should do a book, Bob. Really.

Sharon Anck said...

I really tried to come up with an explanation for the DE trademark. It has a familiar look but I can't place it either.

Bibi said...

Nice one. I was going to say "Deutschland" until you said you thought it wasn't!

William Kendall said...

DE might have been initials, I suppose.

In some of the lettering to the right, it almost looks like the word rum.

José Mendonça said...

I just love this!