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    Quote Originally Posted by Dugan View Post
    Oooh! Digging all the angles... my eyes don't know where to look first!
    A frame within a frame within a frame!
    Nice one, Jon-O!
    Thanks Dugan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    Excellent

    My Art Building looked like that
    Thanks Randy, you must have had an interesting art building!

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    jon-oman -- A great photograph, and fascinating in many ways. The lighting is fine, although it may have already been provided by windows on the wall out-of-sight to our right. The purely functional architecture from a bygone era is always intriguing. Think of hand-fitting all the ends of those joists into the large supporting beam that runs across the picture, and cutting the posts to precisely support their share of the floor above! The ceiling of this floor only hints at what it must support just above it. The four small modern signs are merely tantalizing clues about the full function of the machinery. I like puzzles, even like this one where there is no "Eureka!" moment where the complete solution appears. This is one of the most engrossing architectural photographs I have ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon.oman View Post
    Independence Iowa.


    This is the mill with all the windows. It has all of the fine interior views like the image you like Jim!

    Here is another one:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Jones View Post
    jon-oman -- A great photograph, and fascinating in many ways. The lighting is fine, although it may have already been provided by windows on the wall out-of-sight to our right. The purely functional architecture from a bygone era is always intriguing. Think of hand-fitting all the ends of those joists into the large supporting beam that runs across the picture, and cutting the posts to precisely support their share of the floor above! The ceiling of this floor only hints at what it must support just above it. The four small modern signs are merely tantalizing clues about the full function of the machinery. I like puzzles, even like this one where there is no "Eureka!" moment where the complete solution appears. This is one of the most engrossing architectural photographs I have ever seen.
    Thanks Jim! See the previous message. It shows the exterior of the mill, and another interior view.

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    Good one, Jon!
    “You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you.”
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    Been super busy lately, and just now got to a couple rolls of film from Kentucky I shot in January.

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    This looks like a super jumbo version of the same thing in the contemporary wing of Atlanta's High Museum of Art.
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Something from a morning bicycle ride today. These are some safety first, DIY docks made by people who fish there.



    Safety First, DIY Fishing Dock
    by tuco, on Flickr



    Safety First, DIY Fishing Dock
    by tuco, on Flickr
    Last edited by tuco; 11-Mar-2024 at 18:28. Reason: Links

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