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Wolf Point Development

Wolf Point sits at the place in the Chicago River where it splits into the north and south branches.  When I lived in Chicago, it was a park.  It sat in front of the a building with a Holiday Inn … Continue reading

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Geometry in Housing or is it Monopoly

A quick trip to Dallas for work was necessary and I took the little camera along for the trip.  As we came in towards Love Field, we flew over ares that are in the process of being built up or … Continue reading

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Flatiron Building for Real

When I worked in Oakland, I got some images of the building on Broadway and Telegraph that slots into the narrow wedge shaped plot of land.  In my post on that building which you can read here, I talked about … Continue reading

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Port Townsend

The great thing about old towns is that they have interesting buildings.  (They sometimes have interesting people too but that is a separate issue.)  Port Townsend was a funky little town to look around.  As a port, it has been … Continue reading

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Upstairs in the Rotunda

I have been working in the Rotunda building for a couple of years near.  Previously we were based in the bottom of the building and I posted some shots of the atrium taken with a fisheye.  We recently moved offices … Continue reading

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Old Style Hotel in Pueblo

Before the days of the big hotel chains, towns and cities used to have local hotels.  These were in the heart of the city and dealt with travelers passing through or staying for a while.  The level of comfort was … Continue reading

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The Shard

Vibrant cities are constantly changing. It is over ten years since I left London so it is no surprise that the skyline has changed a bit. The City is always prone to change. The architecture of the new buildings is … Continue reading

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Oklahoma City Memorial at Night

In previous posts about the federal building memorial in Oklahoma City, I talked about how it is lit at night and that I wanted to go back. This I have now managed to do. I showed up around sunset and … Continue reading

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Marin Civic Center

This post comes as a single piece but it is a combination of different shoots. Marin County’s offices are located in San Rafael and are an impressive structure designed by the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. We saw plenty of … Continue reading

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Treasure Island Air Terminal

My sister is a bit of a fan of architecture so, as part of our travels around the Bay Area, we stopped off on Treasure Island. The old air terminal building which the US Navy inhabited until handing it to … Continue reading

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