Office Plants -
On the side of a monstrous, featureless skyscraper, there is one column of windows. The tree looked kind of like it was watching people on the street.
Modern Art Corner -
What should I be taking away from these colored squares?
Christian Science Center "Hallway" -
This 1970's concrete building extends for hundreds of feet. Through the end of this outdoor "hallway," you can see the more traditional brick and wood of the church.
Angled Ceiling -
It's clear that a great deal of work went into the design of the ceiling for the West Wing of the Smithsonian Museum of Art.
Steps At Porter Square Station -
As far as stairs in a train station go, the ones in Porter Square station in Boston are fairly intimidating.
Prudential Building -
The Prudential Building in Boston is another whose design take a lot of heat. I, for one, love the design of the building with its huge mesh of steel, windows, and 60's-era grey paneling.
Of all the buildings on the MIT campus, I chose to photograph this one. The stairwell has nice contrast because of the white and gray color scheme, and large windows at every landing.
John Hancock Tower -
The John Hancock Tower in Boston stands as a mirror on Copley Square.
Window to Ceiling -
The high ceilings in Union Station, Washington DC, as seen through a hole in the wall.
Sunlight on Boston Library Steps -
The quiet steps on the old section of the Boston Public Library here have huge windows where the afternoon sun shines through. Ironically, the only place where the light was hitting at this time was on the lamp.
Boston Library Door -
I was struck by the Roman villa styling of this section of the Boston Public Library.
Rindge Towers -
As a child, these towers always seemed to be the first things I noticed when driving into the city of Boston. They are very large, and very out of place.
Thirty Rockefeller Center -
This is a classic sort of view of the building. The dark shadows and sky place nicely on the angles with the main face of the building in direct sunlight.
Boston Federal Reserve Building -
I'm not quite sure what to make of this rather ominous, rather tall concrete building.
The Lightning Rod -
Clever name aside, when I took this photo, I was pretty sure the church was going to get struck by lightning, a-la Back to the Future.
Empty Window -
This is a window on the Longfellow Bridge.
Brooklyn Bridge Walkway -
I've come to find (after taking this picture) that it's a bit of a cliche. This is my take on it anyway...