Discussion in 'Tilted Art, Photography, Music & Literature' started by Zen, Sep 5, 2011.
I think it's a parking garage, but it's located near Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Atop a random building eight floors up and I liked how all the different styles of architecture all seemed compressed together.
Mumbai and Pune India, damn can't figure out how to upload the pictures.
A favorite place of mine. I walk by here often...
That last post reminded me of these two from 8 years ago. At least one of these might be a repost but I am not sure now and they fit here.
More pics of the Le Meridien, this time taken by me. All of them were taken from a single spot with me turning from right to left.
From an old mining town in Wyoming
The Battery Park Hotel.
with a little historical reference. 1924.
the cabin my folks were staying in while their house was being finished.
this house. which i have yet to see finished. hopefully sometime this summer. it is totally 'green.'
this is their neighbor's house. he's some kind of new jazz saxophone player or something.
another neighbor down the mountain.
the historic Grove Park Inn, unfortunately undergoing maintenance while we were there.
A few photos from my hometowns tourist drawcard...
the Super Pit, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
I took them with a cheap digital i bought on the way to Bali last year
A Sony Cybershot, 5x optical zoom, 25mm wide-angle lens, 16.1megapixel
The panoramic feature is an option it came with. A switch, like movie or photo.
Grove of trees in the University of Idaho Arboretum
fixed all my broken links.
Love this building
(Photo of large multicolored building in Post # 21, which apparently I am not allowed to quote.)
It is indeed a parking garage, but the locals would be outraged by your geographic reference.
Ann Arbor is home to the University of Michigan. The pictured structure is half a block from the campus of a rival school, Michigan State University, in East Lansing, Michigan.
Ann Arbor and East Lansing are about 65 miles (105 km) apart.
I'm not into this rivalry, at all, but there are many who express their loyalty to either one of these universities, and cities, through intense hatred for the other.
I took a walk along Regent's canal in London last year. I'll just need to dig up the photos and try to add some captions.
Here is my picasa album:
Picasa Web Albums - David McFarlane - Regents Canal
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I knew it as soon as I saw the GA Insurance building. I miss that town, but could NEVER convince DaddySquirrel to move there.
Thanks for sharing @cis689 I may or may not have a new desktop photo at work now.
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