This is a tall building I saw today that I don’t really know the purpose of. It supposedly is an apartment or office complex. A flag waves way up high along with some satellite and antennae used to pick up television and radio signals. The architecture of this building looks like it’s from the early to late 1950s when buildings like these sprung up everywhere as cities were quickly developing and people were leaving the countryside.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Commercial or Industrial
#NaNoPoblano2016 Day 2
This is my first time doing one of Cee’s photo challenges and I am excited about finding some more creativity in my photography. For the Joints challenge this week, I am featuring the structure of
one of the most boring rollercoaster at Cedar Point: The Iron Dragon. It’s utter slowness and excitement on the level of a history class aside, there are lots of examples of joints and connecting parts in this picture. The people swarming to get on the ride also have examples of joints (their arms, legs, and phalanges!).
My “Hand of Glory” also has joints.
The links and rivets of the Missouri Bridge I crossed under last summer were an obvious choice.
And now some things I enjoy:
My cats, even though they are a nuisance and eat like hogs.
And potato salad (or any kind is fine). I know this will be on the table Thanksgiving day along with the delicious pies I will make. I vow to create my own homemade salad sometime and not eat the store bought all the time, but what can you do when you crave it so much?