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Friday, April 17, 2009


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Sally in WA

I love all the strong lines in this photo. The clear blue sky just makes everything stand out.


Cool composition. I like the way things step down from the top left.

Funny, I was actually in Greensboro this evening. My son had a recital at UNC-G. Got some killer shots in and around the Music Building and Peabody Park. And a few on Tate Street of course.


Great photo, love the different styles of architecture here and it's a lovely colorful photo. Beautiful blue sky too. Wonderful! I have been enjoying all your photos here. So interesting!


That's a beautiful shot of the building and sky. So well composed.

Gina at CTG Ponies

Great shot! What an interesting building.

Secret Mom Thoughts

Beautiful sky and building shot.


Now THAT is a PERFECT sky!!! Beautiful shot:)


Amazing sky! Great post!


I like all of this! What I like most are the varied colors - colors you don't see together that often...plus the roof lines and the sky. It's a terrific photograph that grabs and holds one's interest!


Bill B.

Simply love the natural contrast in this shot. Great!


Great contrasts!


This looks like an adaptive re-use of an old building. Is it? If so, it's a great example of how to salvage existing architecture instead of tearing down usable older structures to make way for new, even those with potential for new life. At any rate, it's a great shot. Roof lines against the sky always seem to provide really good photo opportunities, which is probably why public architecture is so important to those of us who're always looking up.


Beautiful blue sky!


different style buildings looks bit strange together. but nice after a while. green on the windows fits nicely with that brickbuilding. and the threes adds more weirdness to the pic. all topped with that gorgeous blue sky. bit odd but nice at the same time. happy SWF!


Beautiful sky! And interesting building.


I love the reflection in the buildings windows.This is a really neat skywatch. Your blog is great, I enjoyed looking through your pics.
To answer your question, it takes me about 40 minutes to drive into Manhattan & about 50 minutes if I take the train.
We pay very high taxes here but the close access to NYC makes it worth it to me.
Thanks for visiting LIDP.


A truly color filled photo! Love all the lines and that blue sky!!!


That is one colorful photo; what an interesting building. Great shot.


It alls sounds fantastic and wonderfully friendly.

We need more community-based art centers. I can't imagine hanging out and being on first name basis with people at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.


The color combination is so unusual and looks just terrific. And what a blue sky!


What an intriguing collection of architectural styles and colours.


Amazing lines, color, and clarity!


Hi there!

Thanks for your enquiry re joining my meme True Colours Thursday!
Sorry, theres no Mr Linky yet to sign into - blame it in the procrastinator in me.

For the moment to let me & others know you are participating please leave a comment on my post for that weeks colour, as lift 'Comment Moderation' then.
Also, my blog side bar has a linked list of current & past players.
Since I will be travelling this coming Thursday & may not be able to update on the day - will add your name to this list with a note now.

Thanks for for you interest.
Best wishes


What stunning, clear-cut shapes and colours.

susie of arabia

Very cool combination of different styles - love it.

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