Durham Skyline From DPAC

with some cool reflections added in for good measure

View of Durham from DPAC (with bonus reflections):

I love the view looking toward downtown Durham from DPAC, and shooting through DPAC’s windows can do a number of cool additions that I’m always playing with. You can step back and have the windowpane bars split up the scene a’la Mondrian, or like this, up close you get some nifty reflections. I went for the reflections this time 🙂

Also fun to see the crane and the work progress on the downtown tower.

at DPAC in growing Downtown Durham, NC

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You can do a deep dive on Piet Mondrian on Artsy.net here… and check out the other artists they have catalogued. I admit to getting very immersed in the documentary photo category, instead of writing this post   — Ken

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