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Atwood Hall 2

The main concert hall for the Anchorage Center for the Performing Arts. Seats 2,000

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USAF Academy Cadet Chapel

Inside the the chapel made of aircraft grade aluminum and stained glass.

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Dragon’s Exit

I was lucky to catch the tail of a huge dragon as it flew out from it's lair.

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San Diego Train Station

The roof of this train station downtown in San Diego reminded me of one of the racetracks in the game Wipeout.

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Miners Cabin 3

It was amazing how much stuff was left behind.

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High Majesty

The aisles of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine were adorned with mini chapels and stained glass.

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Above the Altar

Hanging candles loom over the Altar Area in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

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Urban Hawaii Reflections

City reflections create dizzying patterns on the facade of the Hawaii Convention Center

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Each trailer in the resort has a different theme, and they are very well done. It's a fun place, although this trailer looked the most authentic. Taking a stroll i even felt like i was walking in front of someone's house when i came up one this scene. I could not tell if the truck was part of the decor or that of a guest.
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Some design work for a luxury apartment development outside of Boston.

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Holy Support

Eight massive columns support the cathedral's east end. They were transported from a quarry in Maine and hoisted into place in 1903.

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Commercial work for a company that manufactures a variety of industrial antennae. An anechoic chamber (an-echoic meaning "non-reflective, non-echoing, echo-free") is a room designed to completely absorb reflections of either sound or electromagnetic waves.

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Dodge Swan

A neat hood ornament on a truck in the desert
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The smog around San Diego can make some nice effects near sunset.

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Ground Zero

One of the 9/11 Reflecting Pools before the Memorial was entirely finished.

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Arctic Brotherhood Building

The local chapter of the Brotherhood first met here in August 1899. (Step across the street, and you'll notice the letters "A.B." and the "1899" above the door, and "Camp Skagway No. 1" on the overhang. The organization's symbol, a gold pan and nuggets, is up near the roof line. The facade, which dates from 1900, has been called a prime example of Victorian Rustic Architecture. Charley Walker and his fellow lodge members collected over 8,800 driftwood sticks on the shores of Skagway Bay and nailed them to the front wall.
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Convention Palms

The glass walls of the Hawaii Convention Center allow Palms to grow inside.

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Atwood Theater

The view from the stage in the Atwood Theater of Anchorage's Center for the Performing Arts
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To me the patterns of stained glass and rows of lights are reminiscent of runway approach lights.
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The other Phoenix

There were actually two "birds" hanging out
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Cadet Chapel Ceiling

What looks like neon lights are stained glass.
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Street Scene From Skyline

A mural along the Skyline Walk in NYC
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New York City Public LIbrary

A grand reading room in the historic library.

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Atwood Balcony

Evangeline Atwood was a noted historian, and Anchorage’s most famous hostess. She and her husband Robert Atwood (owner of the Times and champion of Alaska statehood) arrived in Alaska in 1935. The Atwood Concert Hall consists of three levels (orchestra, mezzanine and balcony).
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Cornerstone of Law

State of Hawaii Legislature is supported by rows of columns resembling palm trees.

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The Candy Canal

Different apartments have different lights and those make colorful reflections on the canal.
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Foundation of Damien

The feet beneath the cloak

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The Baptistry

A separate room where the Sacrament of Baptism takes place.

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The Phoenix of St. John the Divine

A 100 foot long Phoenix by artist Xu Bing hangs in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

Wall of Wonder Caboose

From the bed you stare up at the circus tent canopy and imagine being rocked to sleep along the tracks.
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The Tyrell Building 2

This one i had fun adding filters to give it the look in the movie.
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Blades

An outer wall of a large building that may have something to do with insulation or sound suppression?
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A mural along the Skyline Walk in NYC
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St. Damien of Moloka’i

Father Damien watches over the lepers of Moloka'i
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Purple Palm Eater

Palms mirror the curves of a mural in downtown Honolulu.
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Chihuly Glass Tower

Reflections of a glass sculpture by the artist Dale Chihuly.

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