Built into the structure of the original Seaholm building is Boiler Nine, a contemporary American restaurant. I’m guessing its name is inspired by Seaholm itself, which was originally the power plant for Austin. We were there, outside, by the patio, for the most recent Drink and Click. I ventured inside just to admire the industrial space that was carved out and transformed into a restaurant. Towards the back, a glass enclosed kitchen.
The place was dimly lit but the glow from the kitchen enticed. I used my Olympus PEN-F and 50mm equivalent lens to take sort of a classic black and white image. The grainy retro look courtesy of the PEN-F’s built-in monochrome effect. The dark areas framed the action and made it perfect for my Deep Blacks collection.
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