recently I toured one of the last remaining textile mills in operation in central MA. My girlfriend has a family connection that owns the place. When she told me about it I was picturing this modern textile plant so I thought, oh might be kinda neat. With that in mind I only bothered to bring my Leica M4 and 35mm Biogon, and some random 'fridge rolls'. In this case I had half a roll of Portra 400 in my Leica and 3 rolls of Fuji Superia 400. Man was I wrong! Turns out the site and the base of the building dates back to the 1750s, and the machinery to the 1950s. They manufacture all the internal textiles for Major League Baseball, among many other clients. They operate 24/7 and are at full capacity as far as clients go. Anyway, I made a small web gallery of my images. If I had more time and some forsight I would have brought my Rolleiflex!
For photo-geeks like me, again everything was M4, 35mm Biogon F2, mostly at 2.0 due to light. Exteriors at F8. Portra 400 and Superia 400. I used my Pacific Image Primefilm XA to scan the full rolls which worked swimmingly as usual. Then I made light edits in LR.