In the basement of an old file factory (repurposed for dope manufacturing) on expired Kodak Portra.
Running from security with a TLR in the dead cold winter of 2007. I owned a DSLR, but only took out the most frustrating gear to Kodak.
The Willson Middle School built in 1903 by architect Frank S. Barnum was named for the street it faced until Cleveland adopted a numbered street system for community safety (now East 55th) 2 years later. Closed in 2005, it is an eyesore, a canvas and an object too costly to demolish.Frank S. Barnum was the architect and Superintendent of Buildings for Cleveland Public Schools from 1895-1915, his work marked the era of modern school construction. He designed forty-five schools and forty-nine annexes or additions. The new buildings pioneered fireproof construction, had flat roofs, electric light, steam heat, and used space efficiently.
remove your white coat before entering