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as google has seen fit to verify that page instead of this one.... I will delete this one soon to avoid confusion.

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Unique abandonscape and landscape photography infused on recycled aircraft aluminum.  Ideal for homes, offices, lobbies, bars and restaurants.
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The last newsletter of the year is out...with a special 30% off code!! If you don't subscribe, you can still see the newsletter at the link below!

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A ton of big new to share in the ADWP camp. But, first off, let me thank everyone who contributed and followed along on our very successful "Beautiful Landscapes and Abandonscapes of the Southwest" Kickstarter project! It was an amazing 6800 mile photography journey that would not have been ...
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Thank you to all of our veterans out there! Here's to the men and women who have served in our armed forces!

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I think at one time or another, we have all felt as though we were born into the wrong age. That maybe we should have or could have lived during medieval times or even in the future. For me, I thin...
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Well written and photographed.  I will have to keep an eye on when such aircraft return to our area.

You forgot my favorite B-17 movie, 12 O'Clock High

My Dad was stationed at such a base as depicted in the movie.  He was part of the ground crew which loaded the bombs onto the planes.
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The Lonaconing Silk Mill is nestled in the western tail of Maryland in Allegany County. The mills construction began in 1905 and the processing of silk imported from China and Japan began in 1907. Initially, over 300 people were employed by the mill, but numbers were cut to less than 200 in the 50′s due to competition with the larger and more modernized mills. The antiquated machines could not keep up with the times. On a cold Friday in September of 1957 the mills doors were closed and sealed. The companies machines, dyes, bobbins, employees records, and even their personal effects were all frozen in an industrial revolution time capsule.

Read the full story and see all of the shots @

http://adwheelerphotography.com/2013/01/17/the-beginning-of-the-end-the-lonaconing-silk-mill/

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Taking sign-ups for my 2 day HDR workshop. 6 open dates in June.

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500px / Tingley by A.D. Wheeler

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"Still Life Under the Moonlight" ~ Just practicing my #Lightroom skills.
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Self portrait and new band photo for my band.  @ http://facebook.com/woarmusic

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Born and raised in a small town in upstate New York, Andrew D. Wheeler has been taking photographs since he was old enough to hold a camera.  He is self-taught and loves pushing the boundaries of both the camera and post processing.  Andrew specializes in 32bit High Dynamic Range photography as he feels it allows him better control over the available light in a given scene.  His process is dedicated to not only replicating the scene but conveying the mood of the shot to the viewer.  While he does not consider himself an explorer he does love the adventure in finding beauty and art in generally unseen places, places off the beaten path, uncovering the hidden beauty that lies within.

Press:
2011, 2012 Myrna Marshall Memorial First Place Photography ~ Hammondsport Art Festival

2012 First Place Photography ~ Corn Hill Arts Festival ~ Rochester, NY

2012 Project Imaginat10n Settings Category Winner ~ A Canon/Ron Howard project

2012 First Place Photography ~ Athens Arts Festival ~ Athens, PA

2013 Second Place Photography ~ Corn Hill Arts Festival ~ Rochester, NY

2013 First Place Photography ~ Cortland Art and Wine Festival ~ Cortland, NY

Featured in the April 2013 edition of F11 Magazine. Seen Here

Featured nationally on PBS as a rising star. Seen Here

2012 Ron Howard and Canon Imaging's Project Imaginat10n settings category winner. Seen Here

"With a still untold photographic story in my back pocket, I hope to share my experiences and knowledge with you as I climb these new adventurous steps in my artistic life."  

~A.D.Wheeler