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Love modern and old architecture in Liverpool.
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Could spend all day photographing Liverpool and it's buildings.
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Slightly different edit of mid-summer afternoon sun peaking between Rocky Mountain peaks and heavy, nondescript overcast to illuminate the Larimer Square Clock Tower along Downtown Denver's 16th Street Mall.
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Taken while leaving Colorado Convention Center along Downtown Denver's 16th Street Mall. Heavy overcast and low afternoon sun created interesting light on Larimer Square Clock Tower and adjacent skyscrapers.
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My obsession
It's my creation
You'll understand
It's not important now
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Stepping into the future.
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Gilded security bars practically hide the gold lettering of the window for Harry's Bar, Venice,Italy.
Harry's is the home of the Bellini, peach juice and champagne.
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St Hilda’s Church on the Hartlepool Headland is one of the most important churches in the north of England, believed to be on the site of the monastery where Hilda was abbess in the 7th century. She later went on to found Whitby Abbey.
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Chena Hot Springs greenhouse, is heated and powered by geothermal hot spot under the site.
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Really liked how the architects used natural stones as facades for Mountain Village Shopping Center above Telluride, CO. Low, late afternoon sun highlighted the colors and layers of this local stone. Like the matte finish of the lighting fixtures at the corner of this building.
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Strong side light from low angle, late afternoon sun highlight and create strong shadows on candy cane shaped wrought iron railing in shopping area of Mountain Village above Telluride, CO.
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Trying to figure out what makes this a striking image to my eye.
Taken using sunlight reflected into a courtyard, which otherwise was shaded from the low angle, late afternoon sun, at See Forever Village, Mountain Village Shopping Center, above Telluride, CO.
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Was struck by the weathering damage on this shutter along walkway of Mountain Village Shopping Center.
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Most of the shots I take are when I'm stood firmly on the floor, but I must admit the one looking down on Times Square did involve some dangerous leaning out of a window!
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The Bahá'í House of Worship (or Bahá'í Temple) in Wilmette, Illinois, is the oldest surviving Bahá'í House of Worship in the world, and the apparently only one in the United States
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I was driving past this one night and it struck me that this might make for a long exposure. It is an ethanol plant near where I live.
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The oldest part of this early 17th coaching inn was built in 1619. It was allegedly described in the New York Times as "the most handsome inn in the world".
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Paid a visit to an old friend tonight The Infinity Bridge
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Many buildings have been remodeled over the centuries. Here a doorway with marble frame has been filled with red bricks to frame a window, flower boxes, and black iron security grating.
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Practically every building on the 67 islands of Venice is sinking into the saturated, silty soils. The X's and single bars are the end caps of post-tension tendons, which keep the house, its walls, and its floors held together.
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Canal level view of overhanging balcony along Venice, Italy, canal. Many details begin with carved gargoyle on canal level archway keystone and marble column capstones. Was surprised at the cracked and missing stucco sections on exterior walls which revealed the brick and stone with mortar construction.
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A sundial graces the south wall of the Newman Center for the Performing Arts on Denver University campus.
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New Hotel, complete rebuild, illumination at midnight.
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Butterflies, an icon for the city of Beijing, form a mural on the elevator back wall above the Four Seasons-Beijing atrium and are visible from each floor.
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This old barn belongs to some friends...I shot their wedding in there. Some real history here.
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Tools of the trade shot with a 4x5 Sinar on Plus X film
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"Golden Reflection" My first visit to the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, California. It was originally constructed as part of the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition. The size of the columns and rotunda are massive and beautiful.
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Golden Valley isn't really my home town but we got some expensive spit here
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