single frame: Dartmouth Apartments

Dartmouth Apartments

Dartmouth Apartments
Pentax K10D, 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 SMC Pentax DA AL

We came upon this interesting apartment building as we walked along Michigan Street, which is not to be confused with Michigan Road, in Downtown Indianapolis.

I noticed the texture of the brick and how the sky was reflecting in the windows. I knew there was an interesting composition in here somewhere. But we had a destination in mind, and I didn’t have time to frame this building from a bunch of vantage points to find the best composition.

So I quickly tossed off a shot. Sometimes that’s just the ticket. I’m sure there was a better composition in this scene somewhere, but I might have had to take fifty photographs to find it.

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4 responses to “single frame: Dartmouth Apartments”

  1. conspicari Avatar

    Nice shot Jim, lovely colours from the Pentax.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Why thank you!!

  2. DougD Avatar

    Nice, very little to distract from the building and sky textures.

    I thought maybe you’d taken a trip to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Somewhat like Ireland and a lot closer.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Ha! Maybe someday we’ll explore Canada.

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