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The Smithsonian, Washington, DC

The Smithsonian is huge and is comprised of at least five buildings. I only got to visit one of them. It would take two weeks to adequately visit all of them, spending all day prowling. I was really interested in the inaugural dresses of the First Ladies and the china used by the different administrations […]

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Kauffman Centre for the Performing Arts, Kansas City

For an architectural photograapher, stumbling upon this building in Kansas City was like finding a gold nugget.  What an amazing structure. Designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, the building’s most distinctive features are the Muriel McBrien Kauffman Theatre, Helzberg Hall and the Brandmeyer Great Hall, its acoustical design and accessibility. We made two visits, the first to […]

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Epcor Tower

It has been a long time since another high rise has been erected in the Downtown sector of Edmonton. Construction began in 2008 and was finished in June of 2012. It is a 28 storey building with 614,000 sq. ft. From a photography point of view it has very unique lighting and angles which showcases […]

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houses of worship

I grew up in a home rich with the traditions of the Church of England . . . . love the stained glass windows of the older churches, the variety and rich tones of wood and elegant lighting.  There is something very powerful and majestic about being in a stately cathedral with the deep tones […]

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alberta art gallery

  This building is a photographer’s dream come true . . it doesn’t matter what time of the day you take a photo . . .. the sculpting of the metal and various curves and lines will always provide you with some new dimension . . it is different every time I go there.   […]

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