This is my favorite of my destruction photos and it concludes my five part series on demolition. These pictures can never be taken again and that is probably OK.
The reason this is taking so long to demolish is because of the way it was built. Built to last.
I take this picture every few years. I really miss the “1” on the first national bank building. Maybe they will turn it back on sometime soon. This shot works the best on a tripod when the river is smooth. It was taken from Harriet Island across the river from downtown.
Holy Mackerel tattoo shop on West 7th and Forbes. The building has some very colorful artwork on it. I’ll have to try some panos.
My dad doesn’t eat much but he loves donuts and I have to get up pretty early to get the ones he likes. Last Sunday I got to see this pretty sunrise on my way to get the donuts.
An artist once told me that I should not crop off the tips of flower petals. One of the things I love about photography is I can do it my way and no one can stop me.