Perspectives in Architecture That Everyone Sees But Don’t Notice
Perspectives in architecture can be quite interesting. I took the opportunity to photograph different perspectives in architecture that not everyone notices. For example, notice the different perspectives in architecture that are shown in the indoor photographs. The first one is a perspective that everyone would see, but maybe not from such a low angle. That would, however be the perspective of a 2-year-old. The other images from the indoor photography show perspectives in architecture that are also from a lower angle. The lights can be easily noticed by all, but the wall of reels would require the viewer to be up against the wall looking up.
These outdoor shots also contain interesting perspectives in architecture. The Lift restaurant in Jackson Hole Wyoming has a beautiful rock structure that is adorned in old ski lift and ski resort memorabilia. The first perspective is from underneath the umbrella where the waitress awaits for guests. The second perspective is of the actual umbrella itself. An umbrella is not necessarily part of architecture, but it is being used as such at this restaurant. Always be on the look-out for neat perspectives in architecture. A building an become quite interesting when looking at it through a new perspective.
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