Slightly unusual viewpoint featured in this pano.
A small Catholic college in Santa Paula, California that uses the “Great Books” curriculum. There is a new chapel that was just nearing completion when these panos were made. It has since been finished. The college’s website has a nice photo essay explaining all about the chapel which can be seen here. This is a… Continue reading Thomas Aquinas College, California
Here are a couple panos from an abandoned building on Clay Street in Cincinnati.
Here are some panos from the quaint south eastern Indiana town of Metamora. Also featured are some views of the Duck Creek Aquaduct, perhaps the only functioning aquaduct in the USA. The aquaduct carries the restored canal boat “Ben Franklin” with passengers over the Duck Creek. There are a lot of small shops and galleries… Continue reading Metamora, Historic Canal Town
I remember riding in our car across this bridge when I was a child. Time and neglect has taken it’s toll. Now it stands in silent decay as canoeists drift through it’s shadows on the lazy Whitewater River. I have another more recent pano of this bridge here.
Deep in the heart of Mt. Airy forest lies this abandoned concrete bridge from an old roadway that has since been cut off by the construction of I-74 through the forest. My guess is that it carried an access road from West Fork Rd. into the park. Now no signs of the road but a… Continue reading Abandoned Bridge, Mt. Airy Forest
Another architectural shoot that I did for DEI Inc.
Here is an example of an interesting architectural interior design. This is the “think tank” for a local Cincinnati design firm called DEI