Ann Arbor Library - Pittsfield Branch

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    This is a shot of the Pittsfield Branch of the Ann Arbor, MI Public LIbrary. The building itself is really interesting, but I was struck by how the morning sun was shining off of the library name. The building uses a lot of stainless steel and the steel picked up the color of the morning sun. I decided to turn my camera on an angle to get the word 'library' to just fit diagonally across the viewfinder. No particular reason other than I thought it looked interesting.

    To see what the entire building looks like, check out this

    *ejk*, Katie Hannan, pinc1-2-3, and 27 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. *ejk* 101 months ago | reply

      Needs an "aadl" tag. =)


    2. jhoweaa 101 months ago | reply

      And so it shall... :-)

    3. mstephens7 87 months ago | reply

      May I use this in a presentation about libraries? :-) I see you have a CC license.

    4. fabiwa 78 months ago | reply

      great picture!

    5. Ann Arbor District Library 73 months ago | reply

      We love all of your Pittsfield shots! I'm an admin for a group called Ann Arbor District Library, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    6. Open.Michigan 63 months ago | reply

      Great photo! And, thanks to your use of a CC BY-SA license, this image is being used in an Open Educational Resource hosted by the Open.Michigan Initiative here:

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