This is a parking garage. Yale had nothing to do with building it, though it is now owned by Yale. At one time, this was the parking garage at my work location. They since shipped us across town, but I return to this location once in a while...
Dad was a photojournalist. he used to say "Go shoot something you see every day... something that has become common and uninteresting to you. Try to see it differently and make something interesting of it..."
A few years back I tried this exercise. I picked this garage... shot it originally with Tri-X and my '57 Asahi pentax Original. That was what got me started on architecture.
Today I was lucky. The atmospheric conditions conspired to give me a view to this building I do not think I ever really imagined. I've come to think that architecture is one part building, one part point of view, one part clouds/light play or environmental interest, and one part processing. Not all of my shots had this. I think this one does...
Thanks for all of your kind comments and support. I really enjoyed this exercise and you all we a great part of that.
Slide Show: http://photos.papoosepublishing.com/p1052378997/slideshow