52 Weeks Of Photo Challenges

A theme based photo blog

25. Long Shadows

31 Comments

My husband and I had to make a road trip to Orlando today. Anyone who has ridden in a car with me in the passenger seat knows that trip across I-4 is not pleasant. After listening to my gasps and watching me grap the dashboard all the way there, he broke up the ride back with a stop by the Florida Polytechnic University. I was wowed by the beauty of the architecture. So much so that I worked out a photo field trip for my photography club to return as a group for a private tour!

Florida Polytechnic University 2

Florida Polytechnic University 1

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31 thoughts on “25. Long Shadows

  1. Wow! I don’t want to miss this one!

  2. Beautiful shots Mindy, I can’t wait!

  3. I have often wanted to go inside that unusual building. This will be a great field trip.

  4. When is the field trip? I hope to be in. 🙂 Beautiful shots. Can’t be sad that you used your iPhone. Does the job.

  5. gorgeous – hope I’m here!!

  6. You should definitely post these to David H Well’s places at The Wells Point! Wonderful pix.

  7. Great photos, cell phone or not. Excited about a field trip here!! So great for you to organize it! 😊

  8. I want your cell phone! 😀

  9. OMG, that is gorgeous. I hope I don’t have any commitments for the day the club goes.

  10. This does look like the opportunities are great for the club trip. I am looking forward to this trip – hope I can make it.
    Nice job with your phone.

  11. Beautiful……hope I’m in town!

  12. I love these pictures. The architecture is amazing and the shadow play really adds to the photos. Wonderful. 🙂

  13. Great shots! I have dreaded I-4, probably for the same reasons you do. I can’t wait for the field trip. I have been in awe of the architecture of this building since it broke ground.

  14. Really impressive, and a super fit to the theme!

  15. Shout it to the world! It’s not the camera, it’s the photographer! Great shots, Mindy!

  16. What gorgeous architecture and the shadows are great. I shall have to learn to use my iPhone if you can get so good images using them! As Liz says, I think the photographer has a lot to do with it!

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