Photo field trip | Photo of the day 2.5

Jolie Fritzer takes a photograph Monday of graffiti inside the old power plant building on the historic site of the Port Blakey Company mill on Blakely Harbor.

The mill was home to one of the largest sawmills in the world in the late 1800s, and the remains of the third mill power plant, built in 1908, are a popular concrete canvas for graffiti artists.

Fritzer and another student, Olivia Baker, were making their first visit to the power plant to get shots for a college photography class.

(Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

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