63. Lots and lots and lots

…of windows in the First National Bank Tower.  We went to another pro indoor soccer game last night, and this is another shot from the parking garage.

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~ by Tammy on March 5, 2011.

21 Responses to “63. Lots and lots and lots”

  1. Great capture. The building is reminiscent of a light house with the bright lights on top.

  2. Hi Tammy,
    My goodness that’s a tall building. I sure wouldn’t want to wash those windows. Way too high and way tooooo many. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

  3. Gosh, every photo you take seems to be really good .I think I will learn alot just by viewing your photoblog

  4. Very cool. I will have to try this some time.

  5. well done capture, so tall a building!

  6. huge building with so many different shapes and structures. a great sight from a parking garage

  7. I really like the top tier of lights and how you’ve captured them in this shot.

  8. Bankers working nights to figure out new ways to rip us off!

  9. Beautiful night shot! And wouldn’t you hate to be the window washer of this building???

  10. Tough shot at night–but you’ve captured the gleam of the lights and the structure of the building.

  11. Nice building to photograph. The sky has a burgundy look to it. Makes me thirsty for wine!

  12. Love this!

  13. I love your night shot of all the windows on this building, I can only imagine the views that the the window washers must see.

  14. Another great architecture shot. Nice perspective.

  15. OOOO, ahhhhhh! This really floats my boat! Is that the actual background or did you do some edit?

    • That is the actual background…there is a light pointing at the building that has a little bit of a red tint…funny how it wasn’t captured on the building itself?

  16. Fantastic night shot!

  17. I like this perspective too. Can’t help but wonder why so many people are still working at this time of night!

  18. Wow how would you like to clean those windows!!

  19. really super night photo! Love the details in this building and you captured it perfectly…what settings did you use?

  20. I like this!! Well done

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