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performing arches


the national academy of performing arts building (napa) in port of spain. This is a tough one to photograph as the lighting is somewhat sporadic. there is always a blue/purple glow about the building. the red/orange in this instance was presumably used for the performance on the following night. There are light towers on the grounds surrounding the building, which i am sure are meant to light the exterior space but i have yet to see them turned on. according to a security guard i spoke with, they only get turned on when an event is taking place…

this photograph can be found in the following galleries: architecture and doors, windows & arches
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looking down

Looking Down

a 3-month european tour started out in london, england. i remember going into st. paul’s cathedral and of course being in awe of the interior. the most fascinating part of the visit was the whispering gallery and being able to hear conversations from clear across the dome. then it was up to the golden gallery, from where this photograph was taken.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: architecture
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