Grid gallery. From the archives. Once you start looking, it’s surprising to see how many grids present themselves. Seems I lean to shooting through chain link fencing.
City through a chain link fence. Arlington Ball Field.
Felix de la Concha Cathedral of Learning Paintings University of Pittsburgh Alumni Hall
Man on cell phone with statue at MOMA NYC
Andy Warhol Museum from the AGH Parking Lot
looking to Murray Avenue from the Suzanne, Linda and Pat’s Art Show
From my sister’s apartment window. You can see Freedom Tower under construction.
Steelers Garage in Arlington neighborhood.
Urban Madonna Bloomfield neighborhood
great selections for the challenge…. and of course, good old Murphy….
Yes good old Murphy. We still miss him. Thanks Kris.
Love that MOMA pic and the juxtaposition (or is it mirroring) of the statue with the man on his phone.
Serendipity, just by chance. THank you man on the cell phone.
Fascinating gallery for the challenge, Ruth. Love the one of Murphy. 🙂
Thank you Sylvia. He was a great dog and a cherished member of the family.
Of course my favorite is the Steeler grid. Nothing is more beautiful than black and gold!
The order and structure grids provide is very soothing to me. Perhaps that’s one of the many reasons why I like cities like DC and NY…
These are all lovely Ruth but I adore the first image