Architecture

It’s Tradition!

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It’s Tradition!

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The Human Habitrail

The Human Habitrail

The Human Habitrail

“The Human Habitrail”

Gillette Stadium, Home of the New England Patriots, Foxboro, Massachusetts

 

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A Reminder

“A Reminder”

So many of our beautiful farms in the state of New Hampshire have been lost to population growth and development. I find I now have such a strong sense of urgency to document as many of these beautiful, fields and old buildings before they are lost to us forever. This is one of my favorite old barns that I have the privilege of driving by, nearly every day in my travels near home. Once a large farm in Barrington New Hampshire, it used to host wonderful equine events each year. Now, instead of seeing jump fences and beautiful pastures, we see both adult and children’s toys on the front lawns of numerous McMansions. Change is inevitable they say, but thank goodness someone had the Foresight… Intelligence and Nostalgia… to leave us this simple building as a reminder of what once was.

For now, at least…

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The Warmth Of A Golden Chapel

The Warmth Of A Golden Chapel

The Warmth Of A Golden Chapel

The intimate Sacré-Cœur Chapel of Montreal’s Notre Dame Basilica in Canada.

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The Colors Of Montreal

“The Colors of Montreal”

The Colors Of Montreal

The Colors Of Montreal

As I was making my way back to my hotel after visiting the Old City, I rounded the corner and stepped on to Rue St Antoine St W and BAM! I was hit by a joyous wall of brilliant color that is110 meters long and numerous stories high! The iconic glass facade of the Palais de Congress de Montreal is a kaleidoscope of color with 332 colored glass panels and 58 transparent glass panels. Canadian architect, Hal Ingberg created the colored panels by sandwiching colored Vanceva polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayer between two panels of glass! Sadly, I was running late and could only capture one quick image as I literally ran by and I made a note to schedule many hours inside this building on my next trip back to this wonderful city.

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