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Lime Plant in White

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As we were exploring the area around Seneca Rocks, West Virginia, this past weekend, we stumbled across a lime processing plant that we’d never seen before.  It just looked so surreal and out-of-place that I had to share this with you.

35 thoughts on “Lime Plant in White

    1. Mitch Zeissler Post author

      Thank you, but I’ll admit I’m surprised… what do you like so much about this image? To my minds-eye and design sensibilities, it’s more of a straight forward reportage shot than anything else. For me, the element that works the best are the clouds, which is why I posted this image over any of the others I took during the same stop.

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    2. Dina

      Sorry, Mitch, I was not refering only to the image, I meant your blog in general and the way you present your posts.The layout/theme of your blog is very nice, the images come out real big, impressive, it’s almost like walking into them. You’re a good teacher, explaining the step by step moves so that it’s easy to follow. And of course if I sit in Germany and I can do the same, it puts a big smile on my face and the credit goes to you! 🙂

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    3. Mitch Zeissler Post author

      Ah! I understand completely. You have no idea how aggravating I’ve been to some readers, as I was jumping back and forth between theme designs for a few months until I recently settled on this one, Avid. I think it offers the very best features that I want and the biggest image size possible within the posts, which I put a premium on since this is primarily a photo site now.

      Thank you for the comments!

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    4. Dina

      It looks really good, well invisted time and money, Mitch.
      I tried different themes too, I know how frustrating this can be. And besides that; I l♥ve my header, so l’ll wait until I can make better photos to change the settings.:-)

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    1. Mitch Zeissler Post author

      It was really surreal to stumble across it in the middle of the woods; we were just driving down a dirt road, came around a corner, and — boom — here’s this huge white landscape in the middle of nowhere.

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