A friend said that this barn is either screaming or singing an opera. Now, I cannot see it in any other way. 🙂
So, it finally happened. I was wondering when would I miss posting pictures. A comfortable couch is to blame. A friend even sent me a text warning but I didn’t notice it until this morning. Anyway, today’s picture features this crane. I am sure that it is the tallest structure in this town. I haveContinue reading “#195/365: The crane. (late)”
Obviously, technological advances and architectural trends have affected how bridges are designed. Does anyone know of a good book on this topic?
Looking through the glass wall, the reflection of recessed lighting of the hallway in sky looked bizarre. (iPhone )
This is an example of my style of street photography on a roll (literally). It appears to be a bit hazardous. To me the dominant arch of the bridge symbolizes technological strength of the city (Chicago).
I am posting a bit early for I don’t know how my time will go later today. This is a view from my workplace window. The lone construction worker amidst the pile of construction supplies on this site caught my eyes. His reflection on the shallow pool of water added a bit of drama.
Things that do not fit the norm are considered anomalies. On the other hand, we all try to be unique. This shot of Chicago downtown poses a question in my mind. A special piece of architecture or an anomaly?
A quick visit to the hospital Emergency room placed me in front of this building. I like the brushed aluminum facade with glass panes. A little tilt-shift effect applied to enhance the central ‘column’. (iPhone)
Oh, I have been having doubts about this undertaking. But, I am hopeful that I’ll pull through. I took this picture of a large variegated leaf for its obvious bold pattern around the mid vein. An abstract design directly from the Nature. (iPhone).