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The Iowa

The building, that is. Observed on 13th Street, between N and O:

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10th & G

It’s a very festive building at the corner of 10th and G Streets, Northwest D.C.: A close-up of some of the detailing:

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Modern and Deco

An odd pairing of adjacent apartment buildings, one very modern, and one art deco, observed at 16th and Church Streets, NW D.C.:

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Deco Reflecting

Observed on 16th Street, between T and U Street:

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Hancock Tower Still Lifes

In putting together collections of my favorite Boston photos for the end of the year roundup, I realized that the Hancock Tower featured prominently (pun intended). Here’s a year of Hancock Tower photos. Through a Glass, Darkly: Tower in the … Continue reading

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All Lit Up

At 14th and Champa, Denver, CO:

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What Is the City…

…but the people? We bring you the Municipal Office Building, Denver, CO:

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Tower in the Clouds

The John Hancock Tower, Back Bay, Boston:

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Tulips, Cloistered

Observed at 29A Chestnut Street, Beacon Hill: The building on the right (27 Chestnut Street) was formerly the Robinson Chapel of Boston University School of Theology until 1965 when it was converted into condos.

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So What Is More Depressing?

Building one: Which is now home to this: Or building two: Yes, the Gallery at the Historic Museum of Natural History is now a Restoration Hardware (previously, it was occupied by Louis Boston). Discuss.

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