Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Thematic Photographic 262 - Large structures

Convergence
Toronto, ON
June 2013
I've decided to go big this week because big stuff's been dominating my own agenda and, let's be honest here, I like big stuff.

Like this building. When you walk right up to it and stare up, you can't help but feel a resonant "whoa" moment. Of course, it comes at the expense of sidewalk-walking corporate drones looking at you incredulously, but I'll take that if it means I can be truly moved by an inanimate object.

As far as I'm concerned, we don't stop and smell the roses - or stare at the big buildings - often enough. We should. I hope this week's theme gives us the perfect excuse.

Your turn: Take a picture of a large structure. Or one that evokes largeness - whatever, just have fun with it. Post it to your blog (or related online resource) and leave a comment here letting folks know where to find it. Visit other participants, return as often through the week as you wish, and feel free to bring a friend along. If you're a twitterer, use the #ThematicPhotographic hashtag. For more info on how this photographic lunacy works, click here.

9 comments:

fredamans said...

Nice building!

http://fredamans.blogspot.ca/2013/09/large-structures.html

Karen S. said...

A lovely shot of BIG! Here's mine

http://twincitiesblather.blogspot.com/2013/09/thematic-photographic-large-structures.html

Michèle Dextras said...

Here is my contribution this week. How I would love to be back in France!

Large Structures

Bob Scotney said...

No big buildings for me unless you count part of the large structure itself,
http://bit.ly/18sQg3S

Gilly said...

Bit of a rush job to squeeze in this week! But here are mine! http://gillymaccsphotos.blogspot.com

Aunt Snow said...

I've got one - I'm traveling to Northern Illinois and here is a large structure.

http://doves2day.blogspot.com

Max Sartin said...

Slim pickin's here in Utah, but here are mine.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Better late than never, some say...

Here's mine.
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Elizabeth Sigalet said...

Here is my view of a famous large structure.