Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Fall shadows



























































































































                              The shadows in the fall afternoons are long, and make incredibly wonderful, distorted shapes.  The dried leaves and acorn caps have strong sculptural qualities, and are yet another sign of fall.












































































































































































































I can't end this post without noting that I took these photos while walking my dog the other afternoon on the sidewalk in front of the town courthouse (above), designed by architect J. Reily Gordon. It's in the style of  H.H. Richardson -- reference Woburn Public Library (below).   The concrete sidewalk is the least interesting detail of the courthouse, but did make a fantastic backdrop for shadows.








2 comments:

Jose 813 said...

Lovely Texas courthouse, but it seems to be missing it's roof! I see crenelations, so perhaps they were going for a more fortress-like structure.

KD said...

I think it's just the angle of the photo. It has pitched roofs.