Friday, August 27, 2010

Tall building and tall trees

One of the Central Avenue high-rise buildings framed by some tall palm trees.

7 comments:

Tracy said...

I like this photo a lot. These are may favorite perspectives although they tend to make me a little dizzy!

Jarart said...

Great composition!

glenda said...

love this photo.

Jacob said...

This is such a fine composition...excellent photography.

I lived with my parents in Phoenix in 1951/52...I went to high school and delivered newspapers. We were quite poor and I may have told you this before but my mother would buy horsemeat from FDA inspected horsemeat stores in Phoenix.

Lois and I moved back there (to Tempe) in 1959...I worked as an insurance investigator and went to ASU nights...graduated in 1963, then did a year of graduate work. Lois worked as a secretary for ASU. We bought a Hallcraft home at 8401 E. Edgemont (1 block below Thomas, I think) in Scottsdale in 1960. Sold and moved to Chicago in 1964. The latter was a mistake.

Well, I've probably told you way more than you wanted to know! But thanks for the info about Cutler-Plotkin!

Jack said...

Good one. Soft against hard, and loose against geometric.

Randy said...

Love the way you captured this one. It makes me think of Park Central.

JM said...

Wonderful perspective with the date palm trees in the foreground.