Architectural photography can be broadly considered to encompass views of the exteriors and interiors of domestic, commercial, religious, institutional, and engineering structures, as well as records of the evolution of towns and cities
And why might you ask are we doing archectural photography? It wasn't really my choice, you see. Not that I don't love buildings because I do, I really do, but today was supposed to be Tietze Park. Instead, my brakes needed repairing so the car was at the repair shop. I took my lunch break today, camera in hand, ready for a photo walk, but knowing the ultimate goal was to walk the mile and a half to pick up my car. It took them longer to fix than they said (shocker, I know), but that worked out well for me as it allowed the sun to come out and shine. So, without further ado is the walk from my office to the car repair place. (sorry there are so many!!)
The Dallas water meter covers are just beautiful!
This is the building directly next to our office. I really want to work in this shiny glass building.
A sign of the times. This used to be a burger joint until it closed mid last year. It just sits empty and abandoned.
I love the clean modern lines!
This was my runner up photo. I totally love sunflare!!
A very pretty courtyard.
Vines on a wall.
I want a red bench. Really want one!
Doesn't this look like a bird? It was peeling paint on a concrete wall.
What's through those doors.
Look at the reflection.
These two windows are random.
And last but not least!!