A high contrast minimalist black and white photograph of the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
“The mind moves in the direction of our currently dominant thoughts.”
— Earl Nightingale
I love the entrance to the Downer Theater on the East Side of Milwaukee. I’ve photographed this facade many times before today.
Which way should I go? I’m getting some mixed signals.
With apologies to Pink Floyd, here is just another vent in the wall. Why do simple, minimal scenes like this fascinate me so?
The road twisted down into the open mouth of the parking garage. Slow. Slow. Slowly descending into the earth.
Go slow please. On a multi-use walking / bike path like this one, it is pretty obvious why this was stenciled on the asphalt. But after I shot this, I started to think about other ways I should take heed of the sign.
While walking to the store today, I stopped to get a shot of the side of this building. I’m not sure if you can see it, but it looked like a giant DNA test result
When you are in Chicago, a visit to the Clarence F. Buckingham Memorial Fountain in Grant Park is a must.