Grandma always said crazy is as crazy does.
I took this photo just after Christmas last year with my new Canon Powershot A640. I just love the way the sun is reflected in the windows.
And why is it one of your favourites?
I love how all the panes of glass have their own unique colour, Andrew. Also the patterning of the panes and the windows is very pleasing to the eye. I can see why it's one of your favourites! Lives Less Ordinary
Interesting, I like it. One of my favorite shots is one I took while in my mother's car. I was just testing the setting that's supposed to catch subjects in motion and it came out awsome even though its just the road and a few trees.
Is this still the same camera you use now? It takes such great pictures!
I think its beautiful...It reminds me of mosiac tiles....
i LOVE it. the blues and burnt oranges are beautiful together. a gorgeous palette!I find myself looking at things like this and wanting to capture the beauty in them.seeing beauty day to day is VERY important.you have a good eye. keep it up!!
Didnt you post that picture last year too? That is definately mosaic looking, capturing my favorite color pallet. Well done.Enjoy the remainder of your Saturday.B~
reminds me of the Imperial Sugar factory in my town that closed down a few years ago. http://images.chron.com/content/news/photos/05/02/19/sugar.jpg
Great picture! I love the angle and the lighting... Nice work!
I remember this photo from that time, I do love it, too.Hope your weekend is going well.:)
Very cool picture...I love old buildings. I have a similar picture I took in ypsilanti Michigan...It was of an old factory but the building had been painted green and turned into offices...
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I am just getting into photography. I've been an artist who primarily works in painting with oils and acrylics but I'm really loving photography. Old and abandoned buildings are some of my favorite subjects. There is just so much energy in them.
The windows look like stained glass, and the building is beautiful from the outside. The inside is probably in ruins, but you wouldn't know that from it's veneer.
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