Tuesday, January 12, 2010

12/365 - Corner

A black and white photo of the pointed corner of a building, with many windows, and a dramatic sky reflected in the windows.
Click the photo to see it on Flickr.

The Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts opened the same semester that I first began as an undergrad at Michigan Tech. I worked here for several years, as a volunteer usher, and later as a concessionaire and eventually house manager.

The building is very modern in design, as you can probably tell from this photo -- many windows, pointed and jagged contours, everything shiny. The sky and reflections caught my eye, and I ended up spending a good bit of time trying to line myself up just right.


D. Travis North said...

Now that is what I call a tough shot...the contrast in that is so vast that it's hard to truly capture on film (figuratively speaking of course). The camera sensors are just not a good as the human eye. You did a wonderful job, as always.

Jain said...

Wonderful. Nice juxtaposition of cotton balls against steel and glass!

DC said...

Thanks both!

@D. Travis North: I've gotta admit... I cheated a bit. I cloned in a few clouds in the bottom right corner of the sky, because they were blown out. I'd have liked a bit better lighting, but I was working with what I had at the time.