We are walking on the Riverfront of Palmetto right on the Manatee River where many large impressive houses reside. This is the entrance and brick lined pathway with white fence to a fancy large house. It is inviting and fresh in the warm Florida sun.
Here is a view of the front of the Adirondack Museum on the first day of Fall with a little color just starting to show. The building is a beautiful timber frame like structure with wood shingle siding.
The exit of the museum from the other side with flowers:
As we leave the George Eastman House on East Avenue, Rochester, NY we pass by the very formal tall stone columned front entrance. I would love to go up in the attic above this entrance and see out that little half round window.
On this next shot, I took it straight on with no lens correction. I would like to know if you prefer the view “uncorrected” or if the shot below that is “corrected” to look straighter is better. I personally don’t mind the tilting building as your eye sees it leaning away slightly also.
This latter view is correct almost and looks a bit more orthographic.
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Walking around campus at SUNY (State University of NY) in Geneseo on a crisp Fall day, I was enjoying all the new architecture I had not seen before. Here are a few of the doorways there where the warmth of wood of the doors invites you in the cold stone and brick building.
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When on my walkabout downtown Buffalo this Spring, I was drawn to this huge Saint Josephs Cathedral by its beautiful architecture. This building was built in the 1851-1855 originally and now has large buildings around it on several sides that partially hide it. The entrance is hard to photograph as you have to set up a tripod in the center of a busy street and taking 5-7 exposures for one HDR takes some time. Dodging traffic, and trying to time it between cars pulling up to the entrance blocking my view, here is the image.
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