Friday, March 5, 2010

rust house

“Architecture is the reaching out for the truth.” ~Louis Kahn

WeekendReflections

19 comments:

maiaT said...

Beautiful reflection of the trees and sky and I like the architecture too.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

You've brought color back with a bang!!! Burst of clouds in a blue, blue sky and reflection of trees is blue glass reflecting! Hold on weekend, these reflections just keep getting better and better! Lovely!

Jan
GDP

VioletSky said...

Maia: this building is interesting for it has rusted to a beautiful shade of ... well, rust.

Jan: YES! the sun has been shining this week and we've had happy blue skies!

The Green Stone Woman said...

So it's not a red brick building?

VioletSky said...

Nora: no, it seems to be large sheets of metal cladding. pretty neat, eh?

Dianne said...

that reflection belongs with that building!

VioletSky said...

Dianne: pure starkness, yes.

VioletSky said...

Eileen: thank you. (this came through a few times, so I have deleted the repeats)

hip chick said...

I like that it is so long and narrow. Great place to look for reflection.

VioletSky said...

hip chick: all the windows were the same. it is one of the university colleges.

AmyR said...

The tree lines up so perfectly in that reflection, good eye. You always make lines work so well. Love this photo!

Matty said...

I really like the look of the tree branches in the long, thin window.

VioletSky said...

Amy: thanks - I was getting nervous that someone might come out and shoo me away, but it was a Sunday when I took these, so I took advantage to line everything up just right!

Matty: thanks, I was happy to see a reflection when I was taking these shots.

Serendipity said...

Very cool shot!

cieldequimper said...

Doesn't the tree make it look so much better?

Nefertiti said...

arbre et structure,c est tres reussie ;O)

VioletSky said...

Serendipity: thank you.

Cieldequimper: it adds a bit life, yes.

Nefertiti: merci.

Eden said...

Such a lovely reflection.

VioletSky said...

Eden: and framed so nicely, I think.

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