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I forgot to ask what these light bulbs signaled.

Anberay Apartments, an architecturally interesting apartment building built in the 1920s, is slated for demolition, to be replaced by a 10-story building with apartments and shops. Instead of doing the neat thing and gutting the interior and bringing it up to modern standards, we'll lose one more charming architectural piece of our past. The stories are here and here

   

Anberay Apartments, an architecturally interesting apartment building built in the 1920s, is slated for demolition, to be replaced by a 10-story building with apartments and shops. Instead of doing the neat thing and gutting the interior and bringing it up to modern standards, we'll lose one more charming architectural piece of our past. The stories are here and here

   

About 2 minutes of exposure at f/8

f/11 1/30. Maybe I should have had a narrower aperture, but I didn't want any blurring. Taken at dawn on a sort-of cloudy day.

Lobby by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905. Building by Daniel Burnham and John Root

Daniel Burnham/Charles Atwood. Completed in 1895. Compare to the Wyandotte Building in Columbus, OH.

and their near-independence from Great Britain! Lighting this one, I nearly got burned and showered with sparks.

Formerly out in the country SE of campus, this house is now surrounded by other houses and has a rental apartment inside.

Kalamazoo hasn't left its train station, as Ann Arbor did. It is currently under renovation and will be a transit center for city buses, greyhound, and Amtrak. It is two blocks from the center of downtown.

Daniel Burnham, completed in 1898. Take a look at the Reliance Building in Chicago and compare.

Anberay Apartments, an architecturally interesting apartment building built in the 1920s, is slated for demolition, to be replaced by a 10-story building with apartments and shops. Instead of doing the neat thing and gutting the interior and bringing it up to modern standards, we'll lose one more charming architectural piece of our past. The stories are here and here

   

Upper floor meeting room looking north.

This film was slightly exposed while loading due to a dim green nightlight in the bathroom of the motel in Columbus. The black band at the top shows I didn't load the film far enough in the holder and it wasn't exposed during the shot, as there is a little flip-out guard that remained in place to keep the film covered. The gray smear is probably a little of the light from the bathroom, which was subsequently additionally exposed when I took the actual shot. Perhaps this is why the tree looks a little too blurry.

So much pigeon poop.

Log bench and table in background.

this band of pollution extended for MILES around Toledo.

Upper floor meeting room looking toward south wall.

I tried for a deeper field, but to no avail.

in the theater district in the Loop.

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