The last in my mini-series of black and white interior images from the Harvard Museum of Natural History last Sunday. I love the way the lines of the wire in the reinforced glass of this window stands out against the blurred suggestion of exhibits in the room beyond. March 2, 2014.
(My goal for tomorrow: take pictures so that my queue isn’t empty anymore!)
More B&W from the Harvard Museum of Natural History last Sunday. March 2, 2014.
I loved the details on this railing at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Sunday. March 2, 2014.
Pipes line the walls of the Harvard Museum of Natural History. March 2, 2014.
Kicking off a short series of black and white interior architecture shots from my visit to the Harvard Museum of Natural History today with this image of a heating grate high on the wall in one of the exhibit halls. March 2, 2014.
Also, a note for the Massachusetts locals out there: the museum is free to residents if you enter between 9am-12pm every Sunday with proof of residence. And once in, you can stay until close.
Another view from under the pier - Wilmington, NC. January 25, 2014.
Last weekend’s storm brought me this view through the doors of a neighbor’s carriage-house come parking garage. February 15, 2014.
A parking garage in Wilmington, NC, had a small shelter in one corner of its upper deck, which is seen here illuminated by artificial light against the dark of the blue-hour sky. January 24, 2014.
Sand, carried by the wind in white streams above surface of the beach in Wilmington, NC. January 24, 2014.
There’s something about a snowstorm that can make even the most boring fence-posts look interesting. February 15, 2014.
The USS North Carolina, ghost-like in the night beyond a pier from the boardwalk in Wilmington, NC, January 24, 2014
Shadows of the pier cast on the sand from the light of the newly risen sun. January 25, 2014.
Trees in Davis Square retain their christmas lights through winter, making for fun bokeh in the midst of last weekend’s snowstorm. February 15, 2014.