This is a polar rendering of a simple rectangular image of a building in downtown Columbus and a construction crane.
This juxtaposition of shadows and architectural lines makes for an interesting composition.
This is a toned map rendering of a little used stairwell in an Art Deco building in downtown Columbus.
I find the repeating patterns in nature a call from our creator.
Not Quite 7:00 AM
Diagonal lines and S curves seldom miss.
My friend Bill’s “imaginative” interpretation of this image would be difficult to beat…
“Those three structures are warning you to stay away. You know they’re filled with bodies that aren’t quite dead. Maybe hells overflow. There’s no way they’re getting out. There’s no hope here. That sky pretty much confirms this. Reminds me of McCarthy’s movie, The Road. Pretty bleak. I’m glad you made it out of there alive but I wouldn’t risk another visit, pal.”
A glass wall at the Pittsburgh Museum of art.
A juxtaposition of perspective in Cincinnati Ohio
Broad Street Bridge Tiny World
An early attempt at a Tiny World.
Hocking Hills Waterfall