Happy Labor Day! I hope you're having a blissfully relaxing long weekend!
Some of you commented and sent emails mentioning how much you loved seeing Robbie's pictures in the latest edition of Life on the Road. He called me yesterday from Bethlehem, PA, all kinds of excited about an abandoned steel mill on the grounds of the festival the band was playing. Apparently, from the late 1800s to early 1900s, this mill produced most of the world's steel - including that for the Golden Gate Bridge. Robbie loooooves taking pictures of old places like this, and he talked one of the security guards into letting him inside for a little photoshoot on his break. Since it's hard for him to find the time to guest post from the road, I told him to email me the shots (which are gorgeous) so I could post them to share with all of you! Enjoy!
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Robbie and the band head to New York today, for a four night run at the Brooklyn Bowl. And yes, I am jealous. Brooklyn is one of my favorite places in the world!
Do any of you like taking pictures of old buildings or cool abandoned places like this?