I shot this a few weeks back during a hot summer afternoon walkabout downtown. I don’t know if I mentioned this, but I had the good fortune to sell 16 of my photographs to a convention center downtown, through an interior design company. Most were quite large prints. It was my biggest sale. Anyway, during our discussions on selecting just the right prints for their venue, I was asked about this particular building. I’d never shot it, since the street is tree lined and it’s next to impossible to get a good shot, in the summer months anyway. But when I was walking by I decided to give it a go with my wide angle lens, and this is the result. The photo just doesn’t do the building justice, but I still like it. I never bothered going back to the buyer to see if they’d like to purchase it, but whop knows, perhaps they will see this post and contact me. Anyway, hope you like it.
Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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