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Point Edward/Sarnia

doady

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doady

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I took one picture of the mall exterior, it's that alleyway above. If I had known the mall was dying I would have gone inside to photograph the interior as well. I will make sure to bring my tripod and wide angle converter next time I go to Sarnia to photograph inside. Thanks bringing it to my attention. I hope I will have another opportunity. Maybe there are other dead malls in the GTA I could photograph. Usually I don't photograph on private property, especially with tripod, but maybe dead malls will not be a problem.
 

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I took one picture of the mall exterior, it's that alleyway above. If I had known the mall was dying I would have gone inside to photograph the interior as well. I will make sure to bring my tripod and wide angle converter next time I go to Sarnia to photograph inside. Thanks bringing it to my attention. I hope I will have another opportunity. Maybe there are other dead malls in the GTA I could photograph. Usually I don't photograph on private property, especially with tripod, but maybe dead malls will not be a problem.

I'm always somewhat covert when photographing inside malls. It's easier to do with a smartphone, especially if you're pretending to scroll through. There was a security guard wandering around, so I waited until he was away before taking the photo. Some malls are totally okay with non-professional photography in public areas - like Eaton Centre.
 

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