Sunday, August 4, 2013

Finishing Touches


Putting the finishing touches on the New ASU Downtown Phoenix Recreation Center.
I think he spotted me taking his picture.


It's going to be an attractive building located right next door to the downtown YMCA (not in the picture.)

I discovered that if you go downtown early on a Saturday morning it's not only more comfortable to be outside but, you can catch a lot of construction activity that goes on before the streets get busier.  

14 comments:

llandudnopictures said...

Hope you had a hard hat on when you took the first photo, very dramatic! It is a great looking building too!

Lowell said...

Striking building. It sure ain't the ASU I knew! Love that early morning light, too!

Kate said...

Oh, at first I could not connect with this photo, but now all is well with my server. This is the second "lift" photo I've seen early this morning, and I'd like to take a ride on this one, too!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Our friend Tim is the architect for the construction of this project. It will indeed be an important addition to the experience for the thousands of ASU students who are now located in and giving vibrancy to downtown Phoenix.

Judy said...

Nice looking building and yes, I think he did catch you taking his picture. I'm sure he didn't mind.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I like it also Sharon, looks like it'll be ready for opening any day now right?

Karl Demetz said...

It's a dangerous job, but someone has to do it ...
Like the photos, Sharon.

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

a very dangerous job.............Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

RedPat said...

I like that one a lot, Sharon!

Andy said...

How is possible that we both posted the photo subject? That old saying must be true... Great minds think alike.

Andy said...

How is possible that we both posted the photo subject? That old saying must be true... Great minds think alike.

Randy said...

Nice looking building.

Jack said...

That is a pretty nice looking new building. Not a cookie cutter bland building, but also not an egotistical "look at me" building.

JM said...

Glad you posted the second shot so I could realize how high that guy was!