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I have had a life-long fascination with architecture & design. So much so, that some form of architecture based career might have been a good idea. At one point I did contemplate going back to college, but the hard realities of a 4-year course and the impact on my finances dissuaded me.

Well if I can’t design for a living, I can at least enjoy taking pictures of buildings and their architectural features.

Blue – E 13th. Kansas City

Walking back to the office from the Power & Light Stage I couldn’t stop myself taking this picture. Kansas City Power & Light District. E 13th.

Kauffman Center For The Performing Arts, Kansas City

I popped out of the diocesan office in Kansas City for a meeting and found myself in a pastiche of Sydney, Australia. Despite the 25°F temperature I had to stop and take a picture, the light and colors were just… Continue Reading →

Fratton – Portsmouth UK

Fratton – Portsmouth UK

I cannot resist an architectural shot every now and then, and this was one of those times.

Floor 4 – Tate Modern

The Tate Modern is one of my favorite art galleries. I try to make time for a visit whenever I’m in London.

South Campbell Avenue and West Walnut Street

Seen on the Springfield First Friday Art Walk.



The Excellent lighting comes from a single roof-light. Very sixties construction, though I think it may have been built a lot later.

State Street, Chicago

One of my all-time favorite pictures.

Gala Theatre – Durham UK

This picture appeared as the watermark on all the theatre tickets. I’ve no idea if they are still using it.

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