A slightly unusual silhouette of the building against the sun, but the water fountain lighted up
Glass provides a wonderful mirror to create unusual reflections. The first image is of reflections on glass from the sun shining on another building. The second image depicts reflections of architectural marvels of the Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
Reflections off a glass building cast psychedelic images on an adjacent building adding intrigue to the photo
Reflections of a building on glass somehow distort the image making it surreal
The red railing and graffiti artfully painted on the side of a colorful building anchor this image of a local train
Symmetry of stairs through glass in a modern building in Wilmington, Delaware
There are remnants of historic pubs along with newer drinking establishments in older buildings in New Castle, Delaware.
Wilmington, Delaware has over 14 buildings that surpass 200 feet. Amazing reflections on glass buildings matching the color of the sky and clouds.
A modern, covered bridge to create a walkway between two commercial buildings. Reflections make it seem that the bridge is seamlessly disappearing into the building.
More than 40 percent of the buildings and homes found in Savannah, Georgia have architectural or historical significance. The restoration of these structures is often undertaken by passionate individuals in strict accordance with the rules and regulations put forth by the Savannah Historic Foundation. Restoration of historic buildings has thrived here especially since the addition of the Savannah College of Art and Design in the late 1970s.
Sunset casts a golden glow in a beautifully designed hotel in Savannah, Georgia
The wall of a building in Atlanta reflects modern art in its architecture
Symmetrical lines on a color coordinated building in Savannah, Georgia
Vivid reflections of commercial buildings in a pond ……
Colorful street shops and items for sale add vibrancy to an old building in Gujarat, India
The old stonework of Golconda Fort, Hyderabad is in stark contrast to the unidentified white building that stands out.
Older buildings in Khambhat, India tended to be very close to one another and walkways between the structures were quite narrow. The walkways were meant for only pedestrians and never anticipated vehicles.
Khambhat, in east-central Gujarat state, west-central India, lies at the head of the Gulf of Khambhat (Cambay) and the mouth of the Mahi River.
The town was mentioned in 1293 by the Venetian traveler Marco Polo, who referred to it as a busy port. It was still a prosperous port in the late 15th century, when Muslims controlled Gujarat. As the gulf silted up, however, the port became insignificant. The town was the capital of the princely state of Cambay, which was incorporated into Kaira (later Kheda) district in 1949.
There are several structures from the past, including this building, that display architecture from that era.
Chipping Campden is a small market town in the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire, England. It is notable for its elegant terraced High Street, dating from the 14th century to the 17th century. An attractive building with a clock tower sits on High Street.