Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Angled Tunnel


Angled Tunnel
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As promised, another entryway. This one is on the east side of the Central Library. The steel diamond grid that forms the exterior shell of the building descends as an open work past the glass wall on the first floor which angles back. The shapes are reflected in the glass. I liked looking down the tunnel it forms leading to the east library entrance and to Chocolati, the on site coffee and chocolate source that makes hanging at the library on a rainy day an even more splendid experience.

9 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

What a beautiful image! Love the composition of the shot.

Don and Krise said...

I remember the first time I drove by this. It's beautiful. Excellent choice Kim.

Ineke said...

wow. and a good choice to do it in b&w!

Bibi said...

Beautiful composition, and if you stare at it long enough, it's an optical illusion.

brattcat said...

I agree with the others, Kim, this has such great geometric interest. A terrific b&w composition.

Virginia said...

What a terrific shot, Kim. All the angles etc make for a great monochrome photo.
V

Kim said...

Thank you all very much!

Paula Werner Severo said...

awesome! loved!

Maya said...

Ooh, you captured this in a way I've always wanted to, but never succeeded! Nicely done!